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Hello, I've been trying to start modifying source code and fixing bugs but I don't know how to start with a comfortable building and debugging envirounment through an IDE or ...
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    Linux Kernel Building Environment


    Hello, I've been trying to start modifying source code and fixing bugs but I don't know how to start with a comfortable building and debugging envirounment through an IDE or a GUI. I get the source tar ball but what next ?

    Also, I think this applies to the traditional Linux softwares that comes with automake tools. Any ideas please ?

    Thanks!

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    I always recommend geany as a programming editor/build environment.
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    I always use a combination of Komodo (main IDE for big projects), Geany and vim.

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