I just purchased Book 1 and figured out the libstdc++ 5 library was missing as well.
As I also use a 64 bits OS, I need 32 bits compatibility libraries, which I have to copy to /usr/lib32
Well, here is the solution http://hsmak.wordpress.com/2009/12/01/h ... untu-9-10/
I really wonder if there are ways to prevent such issues in the future, which really do harm potential commercial developments. (doesn't affect OSS software which can be automatically rebuilt / fixed by the community)
Or maybe Ubuntu is at fault for not providing compatibility libs anymore ?