A few questions
behrangsa at gmail.com
Fri Nov 4 12:07:00 UTC 2005
Thanks for the guidance. For the time being I think I have to go with the
Gnome IDEs as KDE is not a first class citizen in the Ubuntu world.
On 11/4/05, Lee Braiden <lee_b at digitalunleashed.com> wrote:
> On Friday 04 November 2005 11:26, Behrang Saeedzadeh wrote:
> > 1- The default domain name for Breezy setups is MSHOME, how can I change
> > to something else?
> edit /etc/hostname
> run hostname -F /etc/hostname
> > 2- What's the best IDE (not Emacs or vim or suchlike editors and
> > preferrably supported by Ubuntu) for writing Assembly/C/C++ and also GUI
> > development? Which framework do you recommend for building GUI Linux
> > applications?
> That's up to you. Personally though, I'd recommend KDevelop3, using either
> KDE's own framework, or wxWidgets if you want cross-platform
> If you want to go with GNOME development, look at gnomemm and gtkmm. I'd
> also recommend checking out python and ruby. Python is very good for rapid
> > 3- My network tray icon stops flashing after a couple of hours. Then I
> > to click on it and change the connection name from eth1 to lo and back
> > again, and afterwards it works again. Eth1 is for my wireless card which
> > Intel IPW2200 BG. Anybody else experiencing this problem as well? Can
> > somebody confirm this as a bug?
> Sorry, I don't use GNOME much. Does sound like a bug in the applet or some
> intermediate layer though.
> Lee Braiden
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