Many times I come across to a situation when a friend of mine would ask me for helping him/her to set up the programming environment. The real trouble that we all generally face is the ability to correlate the programming environment in different operating system. I mean, when someone is told in college/workplace to code a C program in "gedit" and compile it using "gcc" in Ubuntu (or any other Linux distro), he might have have a hard time doing the same on his own laptop or system at home, because he has Windows for gaming, off course.We all know that every Linux distro out there sucks for gaming. Well, gaming apart, this article will help those who have a hard time setting up the identical programming environment on Windows as is on Linux.
First things first. It is the compiler that will turn your code into something which is executable on the system. By executable, I mean "a.out" on Ubuntu, "a.exe" on Windows, "a.ipa" on an…
As we, all know that Windows is not the only OS that is into
the mainstream. Yet it’s a fact that Windows powers 93% of the total pc market,
it’s not always your OS of choice, considering you have to do more
sophisticated and not so common tasks like kernel level programming, editing
your OS to its core and all other things that follow. And this is where comes
Linux to rescue you from all that sort of limitations and bounding. Linux is an
open source Unix-like Operating System, actually “The Linux Kernel” to be
specific, which drives your system. Since it’s licensed under GNU licence,
Linux has been ported to a variety of different systems and architectures. Linux Distributions
As already mentioned, Linux has an open source model. This
means one is free to use Linux on his/her system in any way he wants. Whether
he wants a particular component to be removed or needs some additional features
to be built right into the core of OS, he/she can do so by building his/her own
custom OS. Now …
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