I just don't understand!
It is starting to become an annoyance, it makes daniweb more of a forum entirely devoted to Linux.
I'm tired of seeing
#!/xxx/xxx/xxx at the start of every program.
On windows, you just type out a program. Run it. Done. The operating system does not intefere the slightest bit.
But with linux you need to put the
#! line, then run it, then fail, then realise another stupid Linux rule
chmod. It just gets in the way, I don't understand how Linux is good for programming.
Folks here say its good for programming but...It just isn't much help at all.
What makes it....good for programming? Or daily use? Or reliability?