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Now there's a .deb package for Ubuntu and Debian besides the rpm/zip. It is available here and may be installed as usual: sudo dpkg -i vscode-amd64.deb Works fine on Xenial. Maybe someone creates a PPA to simplify updates. Or it 'll become part of the official repository.


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Imho GEdit is far from being an ideal base for an IDE. You would be better off with an actual IDE like Eclipse and its various plug-ins. In my experience it's also better to use IDEs specialized to a particular language, task set, or framework like JetBrains' IDEA (Java), PyCharm (Python), WebStorm (JavaScript, non-free), and CLion (C/C++, non-free) – they ...


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Xenial dumped wxWidgets 2.8, it's not even in repositories. code::blocks won't work on it, unless a version compiled with 3.0 is made available (and Jen's version won't work, it requires more recent libs than those available on hte repositories) or 2.8 is added back.


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You can try these two way to solve this issue: Run the following command that should fix (and install) missing packages on which Codeblock depends: sudo apt-get install -f Install manually missing packages with this command: sudo apt-get install libcodeblocks0 libgcc1 libwxbase2.8 libwxgtk2.8 codeblocks-common More info about apt-get command can be ...


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I realise this is an old thread but I will add this just in case it helps someone. I have also had similar problems with and external disk in the past which I think were linked to usb power problems. I got the person I was helping to try the disk in a powered usb hub and this made it visible and mountable. Try that before throwing the disk away as it may be ...



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