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Unix and Linux for C++
I have just picked up a computer science course. This would be my second university level C++ course. They want us to use Unix to do everything. I already have FC4. I am wondering if the complier (the g++) thing would be the same for both Unix and my FC4.
Also, my professor is HORRIBLE and there is no text book. I am just wondering if any of you have a suggestion for a C++ book.
Yeah, as said, g++ should compile the same for both. As a precaution, you might take your code written on Linux and use a university computer (running UNIX) to do the final compile, just to double-check.
As far as a book, I have been finding great success with "C++: How to Program" from Deitel and Deitel. I'm only on Chapter 5 (page 355), but it seems extremely thorough, and I am going through it quite easily.
If I remember right, I believe I can complie on the university computer using remote access by ssh at home. I only know how to transfer my files in ssh, but how do I run things in bash?
Is there anything in FC4 that is like the windows SSH secure client?
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- Jan 2005
ssh is included in FC4. Just typeCode:
If you decide to run from the CLI and get stuck on anything don't forget aboutCode:
man sshregistered linux user: 387197