Husse wrote:Funny avatar ed@Mint
ed@Mint wrote:Why do you give your executables and exe extension ?
That wont make them work in windows anyway..
In Linux, executables have usually no extension, so if you have for example a source file named 'foo.cpp', just name the binary 'foo'
But an .exe extension should not prevent the file to be executed... Just make sure that the permissions of your file are set to 'rwx' i.e. make them executable
chmod 0755 <file>
chmod +x <file>
rbanavara wrote:What I beleive is CLI is more for geeks & GUI is for the rest (rather could include geeks as well!). As per the quote in "Brief History of Time", an equation scares off half of your readers. and probably so does CLI (and for this, I like the apple's approach). If spas87 is interested in C++ Programming, he just be able to do that. Probably as he gets used to linux, he can venture in to CLI.
It all depends on what spas87 is interested in... understanding linux & programming C++ or just programming C++ on linux.
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