How to Install Code Blocks for C++ on Linux?
Code::Blocks is a free IDE( an integrated development environment), for C/C++ and FORTRAN languages. It is a cross-platform IDE and available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, In this article, we are going to discuss various methods using which we can install Code Blocks on Linux.:
Installation Code Blocks for C++ on Linux:
Method 1: Using apt install commands:
Follow the below steps to install Code Blocks for C++ on Linux using the apt install terminal command:
Step 1: Before starting the actual installation, we must have the GCC compiler installed on our system. To install GCC run the following command in your terminal.
sudo apt install g++
As we have already installed the GCC compiler it is displaying, g++ is already installed with the newer version.
Step 2: Now, we just have to install the code blocks using the following command and confirm the installation by pressing “Y”:
sudo apt install codeblocks
Step 3: To open the code blocks navigate to the activities launcher (search) and type code blocks, you will see code blocks icons, click on the icon to install the code block.
Method 2: Using Software Center:
Follow the below steps to install Code Blocks for C++ on Linux:
Step 1: Open up the software manager that you have using the activity launcher.
Step 2: Search for Code blocks and click on the code blocks.
Step 3: Select the first one the Code::Blocks and click on the install button, wait for the installation to be finished, then open the code blocks