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Desktop is not located at /Desktop rather it is located at ~/Desktop. Thus execute these commands. cd ~/Desktop (for changing directory to Desktop) gcc hello.c -o hello (for compiling C program) Then execute your application by ./hello , if it shows any error change its permissions with chmod +x hello


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Then I typed within the terminal: cd /Desktop /Desktop is not the path to your desktop. /Desktop is the path to a directory "Desktop" in / (your root directory). /home/<username>/Desktop or, shortened, ~/Desktop is the path to your desktop. So first change your terminal's working directory to your desktop's path: cd ~/Desktop Then compile the ...


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According to the Geany Wiki: http://wiki.geany.org/themes/start. I prefer Spyder Dark and InkPot. Just move the schemes to the ~/.config/geany/colorschemes/, reload Geany and they will be available in the menu under View / Editor / Color Schemes


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Are you running Code::Blocks and or Geany in Wine? I ask because C program files isn't a usual Linux directory. First, install g++ : sudo apt-get install g++ Next: In Geany Compiling and running goes like this: Compile: click this button: Build: Click this button: I think what is happening in Geany is that you are "compiling" which checks your code ...


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Since the "gold" result linked indicates only that the demo was tested and runnable under a very old version of both wine and Ubuntu, what I would do is install virtualbox under Ubuntu, install a supported version of Windows on a virtual machine and then install vds 6.0 on the VM. this approach will virtually guarantee compatibility (I've been forced to do ...



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