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Ok, so Im trying to install a C IDE... any C IDE. I tried to install anjuta 1.2.1, but upon installation it said I was missing several dependencies. So, I looked around on the site, and it said that there are some files you need to install that not every distro has, blah blah blah, so I downloaded that and installed those files. Still, same message. So I decided to try a new IDE. I next tried to Bloodshed dev++ IDE, and when I tried to run the install script, it gave me a bunch of errors and thats it. Finally, I tried to install KDEvelop, and that didnt work either. I followed the installation instructions, but the install/configure files didnt even come with the download.
Anyway, I am very new to linux, and I want to get a C IDE so I can begin developing on linux, but things are not working in my favor. Maybe someone here can suggest another IDE that is easier to install for the linux-impaired, or maybe even offer suggestions for the others. If need be, I can get the exact messages that I got when the installations failed, but that will involve me having to download the entire file and re-run the installation again which would take a little bit, so maybe someone can offer some assistance without me having to do that. But if it is necessary, I can do it.