error when trying to run a program

I just installed colinux, just to play with it.  I have a program now that was written by a friend, but I cannot get it to execute.  I get the error:

./proxy: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Someone sugested it was because the program was made with a different version of g++.

Anyhow, I know next to nothing about linux so far, so bare that in mind when replying.

Thanks.
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ravenplCommented:
> Someone sugested it was because the program was made with a different version of g++
That's true. You need libstdc++ from gcc version 3.4.x or 4.0.x
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SilentBobAuthor Commented:
I figured it out now.

apt-get install libstdc++6-dev fixed my problem =)
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SilentBobAuthor Commented:
shame u can't accept ur own answers ;-)
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ravenplCommented:
For the future: You always may ask for Q deletion at Support TA.
Bye.
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