N/APosted on - 01/26/2012
At the moment, I am engaged on Suse 9.3 Linux version and that I possess an issue in operating C/C+ in Linux.I do not currently own GCC set up in my computer, just what exactly should I do?
Which version of GCC should I make use of and exactly how to set it up?
Problem with the GCC for c/c++
You have not specified what type of error you are getting.
If you are getting the compile time error then you need to set the directory paths again to their respective directories.
If it is the compatibility issue then you have to disable the graphics driver on your PC and then try running it.
There is another thing that you can try. Download DOSBOX and install it. After that run the GCC on it and set the virtual paths for it.
Once done, restart your computer and start using GCC through DOSBOX.
Still if you are unable to figure out the problem, then it is time to convert to borland C++ compiler which is the most stable one and up to date.