Resources: Programming in C++
Use the “Windows Subsystem for Linux”
selecting the “Ubuntu” option for installation. After installation, from within the
follow the instructions below for Ubuntu-like Linux.
Install XMing in Windows for displaying graphical applications. (Download the “Public Domain” version for free.)
Inside of a bash prompt edit your
.profile and add a line at the bottom like this:
Mac OS X
Install the command line developer tools. See the first part of these instructions.
apt-get to install the correct packages
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install g++ freeglut3-dev libglu1-mesa-dev libgl1-mesa-dev valgrind libgtest-dev
Use the computers in the Smith building. You can do this physically in the lab, or you can remotely connect to the systems to create and run your programs.
Last Updated 02/25/2019