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I guess this is a fifo or lifo rather than 26 bytes of shared memory, which is either nul/space or the correct letter. Assuming fifo or lifo, you will need to writelock at least one byte of shared memory, put the letter move the nul terminator. If read threads remove the letter then you need to writelock the same as above,otherwise a read lock will do.
I think the package you want is linux-libc-dev . I encountered this when building 32-on-64; so I needed linux-libc-dev:i386. Try running the following in a new Terminal window : sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install linux-libc-dev linux-headers-generic
You could give a try to the default text editor, GEdit (it looks pretty decent on Xfce with a gtk theme). The gedit-plugins package contains, among many others others: Bookmarks Bracket Completion Code block comment/uncomment File Browser Session persistence Embedded Terminal To these you may add a few additional plugins: FuncBrowser Autocomplete ...
It depends which GUI do you want to use: GTK+ (GNOME, MATE, Xfce, LXDE, ROX) and FLTK (Enlightenment) are written in C. Qt (KDE and LXQt) is written in C++. GNUstep (Étoilé) is written in Objective C. (Source: Comparison of X Window System desktop environments) Wine is written in C, of course. (Source: Wine (software)) Generally: C is ...
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