C/C++ dev IDE versus command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2007
In another thread (that has been closed), someone asked about using an IDE versus just invoking the compiler/linker via a command line. Since I just started Linux C programming a few weeks ago, I'd like to give my own observations/opinions to a fellow programming newbie. I realize that others may disagree with these observations/opinions, but that doesn't make my own invalid. In fact, since the OP has already expressed a frustration over some of the very same things I found frustrating, it's likely that my observations/opinions would be more applicable to him than the opinions of someone who would simply disagree without having any empathy/understanding for the OP's point of view.
I have to say that I love IDEs. A good IDE should have a logical, easily-navigated UI to create applications. The UI should allow the enduser to easily enter all of the data needed to compile/link the app, and the IDE _should_ do whatever needs to be done to successfully invoke the compiler/linker to creat
Create an ISO from /dev/scd0 using command line?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 15, 2012
I would like to know what can be the recent command to create an ISO from a cdrom at the location /dev/scd0 using command line?
cc: error: unrecognized command line option ‘mL../lib’
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 8, 2013
I am trying to install a program...when i type make after compressing the .gz file ...I got the following message...
the error message in summary reads as
cc: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-m-L../lib’
I have the c-compiler installed...where am i getting wrong
a - filter/complex.o
a - saccut/saccut_subs.o
a - sacextrema/sacextrema.o
a - source/source_subs.o
a - timesubs.o
a - modsubs.o
a - misc_tools/distaz.o
a - misc_tools/ampshift.o
a - misc_tools/fmul.o
a - taper/taper_subs.o
a - rotate/rotate.o
a - math/math.o
a - crosscorrelation/cross_correlation.o
a - tdif/Differentiates.o
a - shift/shift.o
a - random/ransubs.o
mv libglib.a ../lib
mv: try to overwrite ‘../lib/libglib.a’, overriding mode 0644 (rw-r--r--)? y
f77 -o mkgrnlib mkgrnlib.o wrtgrn2sac.o stasubs.o greensf.o besasy.o bessel.o cinv2.o fork.o genrefl.o timesubs.o modsubs.o misc_tools/distaz.o -lm -L../lib -lget
getopt: invalid option -- 'l'
is there a IDE for de command line?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 1, 2012
i was wondering if there's a ide to use from cli? not just a text editor like vim or nano or what. but something with synthax highlighting and maybe some other features a gui-based ide has.
thnks for any comments,
Mount USB drive from command line gets /dev/sdb1 does not exist error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 11, 2014
Need help with mount of USB drive in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from command line. USB drive mounts when automatically to /dev/sdb1 when I plug it in. But when I try and mount from the command line or in a shell script I get /dev/sdb1 special device does not exist.
When it mounts automatically it shows up as:
/dev/sdb1 on /media/USB DISK type vfat (rw,nosuid,nodev,uid=1000,gid=1000,shortname=mixed ,dmask=0077,utf8=1,showexec,flush,uhelper=udisks2)
The shell script is:
sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /media/USB\ DISK
Reasons for using command line Vim versus GUI Vim [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: July 4, 2010
I'm building an application where it detects what documents you're using from the file system. To do this it must access the AXDocument attribute of the active window. MacVim provides this. Running Vim in the Terminal wouldn't provide this.
I've just put out a survey to ask what editor coders who are interested in my app use. A significant number of the folk using Vim used it directly from the command line.
Why not use a GUI Vim?
Why do some people prefer to run Vim this way versus a GUI implementation like MacVim?
What advantages does this offer? As I understand it, you can send files to MacVim from the command line just as easily as command line Vim.
Unix tcsh alias using command line argument $1 versus \!:1
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
In Unix (tcsh), I've referenced command line arguments in my aliases with two different notations - $1 and \!:1.
But I noticed that if I try to save $1 to an environment variable, it doesn't get saved. However \!:1 does get saved.
alias hear 'setenv x \!:1 && echo $x'
--> hear that
--> echo $x
alias oh 'setenv x $1 && echo $x'
--> oh no
--> echo $x
Nothing shows up on the echo of $x when $1 is used to store the value. What is the reason for this?
Text (command line) based Java IDE
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
Probably question title might looks strange for you, but I'll try to explain.
I do looking alternative of desktop eclipse, ideally what I need is to edit sources directly on my linux dev-server. On dev server I don't have any xwindows just command line. So I would like to login to server using Putty, develop, build, run, commit changes to source control system.
From text editor I would need:
autocomletion (at least basic)
quick navigation trough project files
basic refactoring: change class name? move class to other
package,change method signature
run build without need to leave editor window
run svc/git commands without need to leave editor window
From the first glance emancs seems to be what I need, but I don't sure.
Ubuntu Vs. CentOS/Fedora differences in command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 21, 2010
I am planning to have two linux home severs. One “always on” Ubuntu server with SAMBA, FTP, etc and another one CentOS/Fedora that boots up once a day, backups my Ubuntu server and shuts down. Both will be headless.
I have the Ubuntu Server up and running. Before I setup the CentOS/Fedora backup server, I would like to know:
1) how different CentOS/Fedora is from Ubuntu in terms of managing the server from command line.
2) Are the commands very different. I am willing learn a bit but is the difference so huge that it will take days for me to setup up the backup server?
3) Are the directory structures/files very different? For example, in Ubuntu I know where sources.list (/etc/apt/sources.list) is it the same in CentOS/Fedora or is it the same for most part?
I know Ubuntu uses deb and CentOS/Fedora uses rpm. Other than this what else might be different. I have no experience on a rpm based linux. I am fine managing my ubuntu server from command line. I can easily setup
Need to access Linux Mint command line through Windows
location: linux.com - date: December 12, 2011
Hello. I made a big mistake. I was compiling Blender on my Linux Mint. Because some packages were not on the normal repositories. I played stupid (mainly because I was being lazy). And I add the debian.org's repository. Which was really really stupid. Because now, by default the repositories were of debian.org . So when an error prompted on the update manager I restart with the command line and I did sudo apt-get update (again I was being an idiot because those were unstable packages) And I basically switched it all to debian's repositories (I am the biggest douche on the world). So long story short I can't even login to the command line on my Mint (11 Katya). So I am on my second partition (with Windows). Posting this. What I need now is a command line on Windows so I can solve my problem. Thank you so much! *facepalm*
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