Here's a quick and easy way to set up a C++ development environment on Debian GNU/Linux.
The default system manager in Debian GNU/Linux, specifically the latest stable version, Debian 10 or Debian buster, and in many Linux distributions, is systemd. If you wanted to switch that out for something else, specifically sysvinit, you can.
Here's how to create a custom Arch Linux installer disk image on a USB drive, with various installation packages.
Here's what I did to get Arch Linux (2020.12.01 release) running on a MacBook Air (2015 model), and how to get it running on any MacBook or machine with a Broadcom wireless network card, or some other proprietary network card, and also how to simply install it as a virtual machine.
Jack Van Zyl
6 months, 1 week ago
Grab the LibTerm app (free and open source) or Blink Shell app (paid but also open source) for your iOS device, or a terminal app for your Android device, grab a Bluetooth keyboard, and SSH into an Amazon Web Services virtual machine or into IBM Cloud.