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C++ Programming Tutorial - How to Install Code::Blocks in Ubuntu Linux - Learn Online

Installing Code::Blocks
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28 comments

  1. i need c and c++, THANKS a lot, i will install it. (y)

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  2. i downloaded full instalation but i installed only for c/c++ i hope it will works for you. netbeans looks nice.

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  3. my codeblocks didn't work on ubuntu doesn't work even on linux mint -.-

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  4. +MR Meken I am having the same issue. Except that I'm trying to code C. I suppose you would say I need gcc, but I already got it, do you have any idea on how to fix that?

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  5. +master race Yeah I have the same problem, its weird :(

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  6. Muhammad Abdullah Tariq1 March 2017 at 15:18

    U need to install Xterm on ur OS..
    sudo apt-get install Xterm
    or search in your software center

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  7. Thanks!!! its work!!!

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  8. When I tried to build it said process terminated with status 127

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  9. Very good explanations...Thanks..

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  10. I was struggling to install the hard way and was very glad to find this video - thank you.

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  11. Bem tranquilo pros brs que nao sabem inglês é soh seguir os desenhos :)

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  12. I can see the console window.... or black window, i'm not sure of the name

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  13. +Johnny Lamadd What about xterm? I mean, I installed it but its just a terminal... sorry, I'm new to Linux, I also use mint.

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  14. youll need it to run codeblocks when you hit run/build in codeblocks. i got errors/nothing happening running hello world,etc. until i installed xterm.

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  15. make sure xterm is installed if you get compiling problems. i use linux mint.

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  16. Milan Vidojevic1 March 2017 at 15:18

    Why I can't make classes? When I include a class in main, it always says it doesn't exist.. Pls help :S

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  17. thanks a lot man...

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  18. Roumaissa Zebida1 March 2017 at 15:18

    think you

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  19. Thanks a bunch!
    I changed to ubuntu because windows is so slow in my pc....I was so confused.
    Kudos
    Subscribed.

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  20. Thank You.It was of great help.

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  21. FYI... I've tried to install this (only) from the software center on linux mint which is built on Ubuntu; and got this error code: "Process terminated with status 255 (0 minutes, 0 seconds)". I fixed it by running "sudo apt-get install xterm" through the terminal. Then in C:B I went to settings> environment> general settings. In the general settings window there's a box with "terminal to launch console programs" close to the bottom. Here "xterm -T $TITLE -e" must be selected if it isn't already. That's what fixed it for me... I looked up a bunch of other things for 2 hours or so before I found this out.

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  22. thanks for tutorials. this helps me and works too.

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  23. i am using linux mint and not one compiler seems to work

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  24. +Leverquin I have the same problem!!! Do you fix it? How? please! help me!

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  25. i insalled netBeans IDE 8.0.2 you have for C/C++ if you need that but support HTML and Java and other stuff. Google it. You have on their site how to download it. I hope I helped You.

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