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Windows 7: Help Installing Development tools

02 Nov 2010   #1

Ubuntu 64 bit
Help Installing Development tools

Hi ,
This is my first post here.

I'm kind of in a serious situation here...let me explain it..

Both my home workstation(core i 5 ,750, 6 gig ram) and laptop(amd turion, 4 gigs of ram,hp pavilion ) runs on ubuntu 10.10 64 bit. my development environment is centos 5.5 running on virtualbox in both of my machines.

i'm in a vacation now...yesterday i accidentally broke the screen of the laptop. And my wife insisted for "romantic" vacation and in other words a severely remote place where there is no way of fixing my laptop until i get back to the city. All i have now is my wife's laptop which runs on windows 7 and a very slow dial up modem. so big downloads are out of the question.

But i need some work done now and it cant wait. I have searched but i have not found any suitable stuffs for my work...So please help me with the stuffs i need ..i've listed the required things bellow....where can i get them....

1.good c compiler which supports posix standard....i have installed cygwin but if there is any better port for gcc will be wonderful.
2.llvm and clang compilers...
3.good haskell IDE like leksah(haskell does have a good windows port..thanks god)
4.this is very important....a common lisp package contains slime,sbcl(gnu clisp),emacs bundle.
5.good gnu fortran compiler port.

I know all of them can be found by searching google but i don have that kind of time...i have to grade some papers and assignments today...

So please help me....

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02 Nov 2010   #2


have you looked at devc++ Bloodshed Software - Dev-C++
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02 Nov 2010   #3


um, ssh into your home box from her's ???
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02 Nov 2010   #4

Ubuntu 64 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ccatlett1984 View Post
um, ssh into your home box from her's ???
actually i'm a victim of my own i blocked the ssh port by firewall and selinux ...i sometimes use campus wifi and i suspect some of my students try to hack into my laptop so i blocked most of the common ports
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02 Nov 2010   #5

Ubuntu 64 bit

dev c++ looked like a gcc port...i look into that..thanks for ur suggestion
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02 Nov 2010   #6

Ubuntu 64 bit

and for my home box ..before coming to vacation i unsuscribed my adsl for the vacation period .... its not online
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02 Nov 2010   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Enjoy your vacation with your wife, before you end up looking for a compiler and a new wife? Yes, I'm serious. Always put family before work/job.
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