[glugot] Re: help

  • From: Joe Steeve <joe_steeve@xxxxxxx>
  • To: glugot@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 15:02:43 +0530

nithya kv <nithyakv2001@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>  i tried the other way of executing the c program also.but i
> didnot get any change.(ie i didnot get any error display)

Hmm., weird. Because that should work on any mediocre GNU box. 

> Some of my doubts:
> 1.Can create a c file using vi editor? is their any
> different way it should be saved?

Na., nothing different. A C program source is just a plain-text
file. You just have the extension of ".c"

> 2.CAn i reinstall gcc compiler?

Yeah you can do that. Depends on what distribution you use? What
distribution do you use? RedHat?? if so., what version?

> 3.how should one if audio is working in Linux?can we

Hmm., if you are using RH 9.0, login as root and open a console
window in the Graphics terminal. Then type the following command.


This should make your audio configuration easier. However I
assumed that you have that program installed. :-S

> play .mp3 files using xmacs?

Aw. did you say emacs or xemacs.. whatever, it is a
emacs. Ananth., did you see this.. Another Emacs user.. hehehe.. I
think i should start a Emacs User Group in TCE. ;). 

Well, yeah obviously you can. You need to get a package
"mpg123.el". This is a Emacs Lisp package which acts as a
interface to mpg123 or mpg321. Its pretty cool actually. I use it
all the time.. :) :) :)


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