Standard installation does not produce a working environment
Install Ubuntu 6.10 and all programming development packages. Type in hello.c from any standard C book. Try to compile it. stdio.h is not found. find command shows that file does not exist. Your forums say to issue a sudo apt-get command. That command does not work and does not find the file.
I have a suite of tests for testing Linux distros, and this is the first time any Linux distro has not produced a working C compiler environment. It is a serious bug.
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