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Re-enabling g++ compiler on Ubuntu 18.04 (Fixed)

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So I disabled g++ compiler on Ubuntu 18.04 using a script to secure the system. But I need to re-enable the compiler in order to compile some stuff

However, where ever I look, I only see tutorials on how to install g++, nothing else.

The part of the script that disabled the compiler:


chmod 000 /usr/bin/*g++ >/dev/null 2>&1

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Fixed with "sudo chmod 755 /usr/bin/g++"

 

If anyone knows how to add tags like #help, it seems Dev.to devs moved the box to put them in

That or my browser is doing something funny again

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