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i am running fedora core2, i like it for my self, we use solaris at the office as well as redhat 7.x as well as redhat 8.x as well as SCO. and i have used suse9. i am just more familliar with RH, they are all about the same it all depends on what you are familliar with.
I like suse 9.0 rh 9.0 and i bought a computer for that but the problem is ido not know where can i download them.
i used google and yahoo to find out where but still no hope
can you please tell me where can i download them
I want to start using Linux and I wondering which one of those programs are good and where can I download the full version:
Red Hat 9.0
and is anybody know which book is good to learn linux, and tells me how can i install php mysql and apache?
I am also quite new to the Linux and started using few months back as i also wanted to learn it. So as of now i am using RHEL 5.5 and i found it quite nice and you can install and configure as many servers as you want, there are quites a ways of doing.
For downloading I would say go on some Peer to Peer Sharing sites or file Sharing sites as you will be able to get full version there. Otherwise you can download RHEL from www.redhat.com also but it will be valid only for 30 days as its a trial versio and same will apply for any of the above mentioned sites also like http://iso.linuxquestions.org/ or www.linuxiso.com.
I'm not looking for a lightweight IDE. If an IDE is worth the money, then I will pay for it, so it need not be free.
My question, then:
What good, C++ programming IDE is available for Linux?
The minimums are fairly standard: syntax highlighting, code completion (like intellisense or its Eclipse counterpart) and integrated debugging (e.g., basic breakpoints).
I have searched for it myself, but there are so many that it is almost impossible to separate the good from the bads by hand, especially for someone like me who has little C++ coding experience in Linux. I know that Eclipse supports C++, and I really like that IDE for Java, but is it any good for C++ and is there something better?
The second post actually has some good suggestions, but what I am missing is what exactly makes the sugested IDE so good for the user, what are its (dis)advantages?