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    Post I want Programing


    I want C++ for programing in my project or somthing like Visual c++

    in mandriva 2006 x86_64

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    Are you asking a question here?
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    Question yeah .

    i need to open a C++ prgramming .

    are there a C++ in Mandriva 2006 Or i need to find one ?

    if there are , is it visual ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amr
    i need to open a C++ prgramming .

    are there a C++ in Mandriva 2006 Or i need to find one ?

    if there are , is it visual ?
    Hello again - you can certainly programme in C++ using Linux. A good visual environment is KDevelop. You just need to ensure that you have the right compiler installed. The one you need is called GCC and it should already be installed.

    You might need to install KDevelop separately, but this isn't too hard.
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    i downloaded Kdevelop it is kdevelop-3.3.4.tar.bz2


    what can i do to install it ?

    thin to open it ?



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    Hi !

    check this article... How To Install Software in Linux



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    Thumbs up one step ahead

    oh i extract this file in my disk !

    but i still waiting to know how to install ?



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    On Mandriva, go to MCC -> Software Management -> Install Software, search for kdevelop and select it for installation. Alternatively you can switch to root in a terminal and do
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    #urpmi kdevelop

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    It's better to install this package as an rpm as daark.child suggests. If you compile it from source - and I'm speaking from experience - it can take > 1 hour to install.
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    Cool more

    where i found the RPM version ?


    after i do that < check this article... How To Install Software in Linux > from devils_casper


    it gives me an error message , after . /configure :

    configure: error: You need to have flex installed.

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