Hello guys,

I want to improve up my skills programming in C and Phyton on Linux.

I have no idea which version of Linux is good to do this. So far I have tried Fedora 7, Slackware and StartCom Enterprise. I couldnt find what I really want. Few years ago
I used to run Red-Hat 7.3 but one of the installation CDs broken.

What do you suggest ??

Thanks

fatihpiristine
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Hello guys,

I want to improve up my skills programming in C and Phyton on Linux.

I have no idea which version of Linux is good to do this. So far I have tried Fedora 7, Slackware and StartCom Enterprise. I couldnt find what I really want. Few years ago
I used to run Red-Hat 7.3 but one of the installation CDs broken.

What do you suggest ??

Thanks

Any distribution of GNU Linux is more than suitable to run and to create programs in those two languages.
For better response, maybe you should post questions in the *nix forums

I use Eclipse, but when i try to compile a C source with both Cygwin and MinGW gives different errors.

with the same source code under Turbo C, no error, works well.

Post your code and your error messages.

Just because you manage to get lucky and find an old compiler which doesn't complain about your code is not an immediate sign that all is well with your code. Nor does the fact that it produces the expected results an indicator of good code.

This article has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.