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  1. #1
    w8678678 NNTP User

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    May I please ask if it is possible to download and install update and
    individual packages for openSUSE 10.2 offline.

    Are there any IDE's similar to Visual Studio Express available for
    Linux.


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    STS301 NNTP User

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    1. not sure, maybe with the DVD, but not everything

    2. for which programming language?


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  3. #3
    splitsch NNTP User

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    Hello,
    You could sync the repositories you want with your computer, then
    crate a local repo with Yast.

    But it will be a LOT of packets, and MB !

    For a particular packet, I don't know...
    You can download manually all the dependencies, after checking wich one
    you need in the package manager.

    Bye


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    DallasDrifter NNTP User

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    w8678678 wrote:
    > May I please ask if it is possible to download and install update and
    > individual packages for openSUSE 10.2 offline.


    Welcome to SUSE.

    Do you have a specific reason to want to use 10.2?

    I ask since it is no longer "supported" by the community, which means
    it is not possible to easily obtain ANY updates.

    On the other hand: a fresh 11.1 DVD contains most of the things most
    people need. Of course, what YOU need may not be on the disk, but it
    will probably be easily available online.


    > Are there any IDE's similar to Visual Studio Express available for
    > Linux.


    What is Visual Studio Express?

    Whatever it is, give these places a look:

    Find open source software alternatives to well-known commercial
    software at <http://www.osalt.com/>

    The table of equivalents / replacements / analogs of Windows software
    in Linux at <http://www.linuxrsp.ru/win-lin-soft/table-eng.html>

    And HEY, maybe Visual Studio Express runs in WINE or any of several
    free or near free VMs.

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    STS301 NNTP User

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    > And HEY, maybe Visual Studio Express runs in WINE or any of several
    > free or near free VMs.


    I don't think it would be good to use like that way, because if you use
    VSE with wine, it compiles programms for Windows and you want to use
    them with linux too.

    VSE is a programming developing tool from MS.

    for C++: QDevelop, QT Creator (but it is until january beta)
    C#: Mono (but C# is developed by MS, so the other IDEs are not
    uptodate)
    VB: I don't think you can develop VB under Linux


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    suskewiet NNTP User

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    For c++ try netbeans or eclipse. Both are great jave IDE's but can
    handle c++ as well. Netbeans can even be installed solely for C++
    projects.


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    freedguy NNTP User

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    I dont like resource hungry java apps.

    I suggest you to try Anjuta or Kdevelop for C++, both are very light
    weight.


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