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Issue installing gcc & curl-devel on Centos OS 5.6

I'm trying to install gcc and curl-devel on CentOS 5.6 (64 bit) server. The command I'm using is: yum install gcc \ curl-devel After running the command it says: No package gcc available. ...
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Compiling libmemcached Fails on Centos

I am trying to compile libmemcached on Centos 6.4 with gcc 4.8.2. I've run configure which gives me: Configuration summary for libmemcached version 1.0.17 * Installation prefix: /usr/local ...
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Trouble compiling modern GCC with antique glibc

I am trying to get a modern GCC to compile on Centos 6.4. The problem is that Centos does not have a modern glibc and GCC 4.8.x and 4.7.x keep giving me the following compile error: ... -DL_gcov -c ...
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How to install the latest g++ version on CentOS

I tried yum install gcc-c++, however, the repos have an old version (4.1) which causes lots of problems and stops me from building a library. I would like to update it to latest. How can I do that?
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Dependency Hell trying to install GCC on CentOS4

I have a production CentOS 4.4 box running Virtuozzo VPSes, and I'm trying to install GCC inside one of them so I can install the latest PHP from source. I downloaded gcc and its dependencies from a ...
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Upgrading the old stock GCC in CentOS 5.5 to a current (stable) version

What would be the optimal way to do that? Are there any precompiled RPMs available somewhere? I read this question here, but the answer was not really satisfactory. The cause for wanting to upgrade: ...
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What's the preferred way of upgrading CentOS 5.5 to use the latest stable release of gcc?

Seems that gcc on CentOS 5.5 is a few versions behind the latest, which has some optimizations that I would seriously welcome. What is the best practice for installing and upgrading gcc?