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Why Gcc and Linux System in NEC

C is the great Programming language, and if you know detail about C you can do everything with Computer . Python, Perl, and Java are based on C. The most fabulous part is that the GNU/Linux system is built under C. This year I am teaching C as well as Operating System. Actually , I am breaking the conventional trend in C labs, earlier labs were based on  Turbo-C and on Windows system. However, from this year onward  student would be using GNU/Linux (Ubuntu) and as Gcc Compiler for C Programming.

One of the student asks me about the reason for migration. To be precise and simple,its due to the following reasons.

  1. Linux System offers us the freedom, its due to the liberty of open-source and free software.
  2. Turbo C is very inefficient Compiler than Gcc.
  3. Have opportunity to learn both (Linux System and C Programming) at one time.
  4. To exhilarate student their enthusiasm and passion on FOSS.
  5. To guide and lit  student rather than put them in dark room.
  6. Lastly, to get rid of Piracy, Viruses, Naughty Licenses and much more …………….

2 comments on “Why Gcc and Linux System in NEC

  1. arjun says:

    sir, maile ubuntu 11.04 ma nec college ko proxy server setting garna sakin.
    i have search a lot in net but there is no solution for proxy setting. plz sir, if u have any idea for that then tweet about that and keep in ur blogs

    thank you!!!!!!!!


  2. dayaramb says:

    Are you talking about Browser setting, just go to Edit—–> Preferences—-> Network —–> Setting—Manaual Proxy Setting
    HTTP proxy: and port 3128.
    Check for use this proxy server for all protocols.

    Thats all.
    To apply system wide:
    There is Network Proxy in Application Search for it and configure it accordingly.
    Hope this will help.

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