Which Linux development system

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  1. Grrrrf

    Grrrrf New Member

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    After deciding to abandon Microsoft, Ubuntu 12.04 was installed on this old XP machine which is set up as a dual boot, and is being used for Email and documentation and the like. The NT file system is very handy because it allows a gradual migration of many files to the Linux side. When I am more comfortable with it, the plan is to go with a more traditional Linux system (ext4?) on a newer 64 bit machine.


    My background is primarily C, but several Visual Studio (2012) C# applications have been finished. However, flow control (threading?) and latency have not been handled well. The work to be done includes a CNC application and an application to interface with wireless remote data capture units. This is to be done by real-time control of the remote units and real-time graphical display of data. So, the question is: What is the best approach to do this? Any comments would be appreciated.
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  2. ryanvade

    ryanvade Administrator Staff Member Staff Writer

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    You should definitely look at the Network stack in Linux.
  3. CanEzgi

    CanEzgi New Member

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    i suggest program in c# use for monodevelop and c for gcc or c++ for gcc-c++
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  4. ryanvade

    ryanvade Administrator Staff Member Staff Writer

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    ICC (Intel C/C++) compiler is available free for Linux users also...:)
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