>> 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).
>> if you really did care about the on-going development
> of linux and related issues you would help newbies
> etc. as much as possible...
>> 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??
Christ thats one for the books! I've had discussions lately about impolite
answers given to newbies but I never thought I'd see a newbie acting like a
dick and being impolite to the list. As you have deemed it necessary not
to provide any information whatsoever and I haven't seen anything else from
you, and you are a newbie, I'd suggest that if you want a nice IDE/Editor
that you download kdevelop (www.kdevelop.org). Its an IDE built around the
compiler. You'll need extra stuff like sgml and the developement versions
of the Qt and KDE libs and all that but most distros will set this up for
you. If you use Mandrake 7 then choose the Developement Workstation install
option and you're there. Otherwise you most definitely have vi I'd reckon.
To test, type su root and ender your root password. Then type vi filename.c
and see if that works. If it does, set vi up in the path for your user
level accound or change the permissions. Looking anywhere linux related
will show you how to do this. Those are the only ideas I have - hope they
work but try to be more polite next time.
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