I am using 64-bit Ubuntu and I want to install the Code::Blocks IDE. Is there any repository?
To download and install click the image below.
1Source:Ubuntu Apps Directory
It's available in the Software Center.
Just open the
Or install via the terminal:
You can install CodeBlocks using following command:
From the Code::Blocks website, the download page for Linux points to the Code::Blocks Release Builds PPA, which is probably the easiest way to install a reasonably up-to-date version of Code::Blocks. To install Code::Blocks from the aforementioned PPA, do the following:
If you plan to develop on ubuntu its beneficial to learn how to compile code from the command line ... even the codeblocks IDE
download source code
pick file similar to codeblocks_16.01.tar.gz
cd into where you wish to expand the tarball and issue
now its installed ... go ahead and launch
If above gives errors you probably have yet to install upstream dependancies ... if so this may help
I suggest to use newest version from 'Jens' Even if it's unofficial, we can get all versions. You can also choose repositury or just'deb' file.
Tested on Ubuntu 12.04 - both 32 and 64 bit.
You can try installing the packages manually. Connecting via FTP to the archives with your file manager. Or download manually from the site in the link below.
Alternatively install it via GUI with GDEBI by clicking each deb file which will indicate if another package/dependency is missing then install that one first. You can start with Codeblocks and GDEBI will indicate the directly related packages and you follow that and avoid getting lost in dependencies.
Don't know if a file association can be made to click and trigger GDEBI directly from the browser.
The server is : ftp.archive.ubuntu.com
And the path to Codeblocks is : ubuntu/ubuntu/pool/universe/c/codeblocks
In a terminal type : ftp
Then comes the propmt
The files will be saved to HOME
delete the DEBs of the undesired architecture
Save this script :
You can check for answers on how to use the script, Make it executable and run it from the HOME.
Replace echo with the bash command to install packages :
Change the list message with the list of packages for Codeblocks in the HOME folder
Match the number of packages to the list of 12 elements
If 20 elements then 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20