On Fri, Jun 23, 2000 at 02:26:11PM -0700, stephen mathews articulated:
> how come no-one answered my last question. im
> beginning to think that your all a bunch of pompous
> linux users who claim to be the original "hackers"(who
> build the internet and save peoples lives by working
> for open-source companies, blah, blah, blah).
Eh... I'll let someone else respond to that... Rest assured I am well
aware of my newbieness.
> so, if anyone would care to reply to this message, my
> problem is that i cant access my C/C++ editors. any
> tips on how to get them??
Editors? There are loads of them. Pico, Vi/m, Emacs, Jed, etc. there are loads.
I would be very surprised if your linux distro even let you install
without at least one of them. Freshmeat.net is a good source of such
All you have to do is type in: e.g: pico main.cpp and you are editing a c++
file. Then quit out of it (using ctrl+x in picos case) and type g++
main.cpp. There should be a file called a.out in that directory. Then do
./a.out to run it.
It might be worth pointing out that your earlier question (about
linmodems?) has been asked and discussed many times in the past. Take a
look at the archives to find out what the deal with them is.
Hope that is of some help...
higels at tcd.iehttp://matrix.netsoc.tcd.ie/~steffen
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