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Install the server. Download from here and go through the installation process. If you then want a GUI for developing on: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop Then install a IDE. Install ssh to scp (copy files over ssh) to your server: sudo apt-get install openssh-server Install a C compiler: sudo apt-get install gcc Make your app. Compile it: gcc program....


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I'm not familiar with R, but according to this answer, you run a script from command-line using Rscript. With Rscript installed, you can then create a custom build system for Sublime Text (Tools > Build System > New Build System). At its most basic, it would look something like this: { "cmd": ["Rscript", "$file"] "selector": "source.r", "...


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Open a terminal window (Ctrl+Alt+T) and type the command below. It will display some information about all installed networking-related devices. sudo lshw -C network


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You can find the wireless card details from the command line. Please open a terminal Ctrl+Alt+t and run: lspci -nnk | grep 0280 -A2 That funny pipe symbol | is on the right side of my US keyboard on the same key with backslash.


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First: U won't need to buy a new phone to learn programming. There is an emulator for ubuntu touch also for android. I am owning the nexus 4. Maybe it is the right device. U can flash Ubuntu Touch and also Android to it. And although i didn't try: it can dualboot. So u could easier manage porting Android Apss to UT. Porting a unsupported phone to UT is ...


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3.18 and below: The best way to do this would be to create a folder somewhere where you want your project to be (this will be the top level directory for your project), then open gnome-builder, press New, then choose the From existing project on this computer option, browse for the folder you just created, select it, and press the Continue button (please ...



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