Problems Installing VIM

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GotYaNumba
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se unió: 02/04/2016

So I'm using the instructions found here:

http://www.vim.org/git.php

When I go to build, "sudo: make: command not found,"

or, without sudo:
"bash: make: command not found"

Trisquel 7 with Xfce4 desktop.

Thanks,

willcoderwang
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se unió: 12/23/2014

sudo apt-get install build-essential may solve the not-found problem.
Also, you can install vim by executing sudo apt-get install vim.

Magic Banana

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se unió: 07/24/2010

Vim 7.4 (the latest version) is in Trisquel's repository. Any reason you had rather build it from source?

SuperTramp83

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se unió: 10/31/2014

As pointed out Vim is in the repo. Also, when you have an application in your repo and want to build the same of a newer version, you can use the command **sudo apt-get build-dep vim** to get all the dependencies required by vim installed on your system.

alimiracle
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se unió: 01/18/2014

vim Comes installed in trisquel 7

type vim or vi in Terminal
and you will se it

GotYaNumba
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se unió: 02/04/2016

So I'm using the instructions found here:

http://www.vim.org/git.php

When I go to build, "sudo: make: command not found,"

or, without sudo:
"bash: make: command not found"

Trisquel 7 with Xfce4 desktop.

Thanks,

GotYaNumba
Desconectado/a
se unió: 02/04/2016

Initially, in the Applications Menu at the top of Xfce4, there appeared a "Developer" section that had Emacs 23 in it. I uninstalled it because I don't like Emacs. Thus, the developer section disappeared along with the Emacs application.

Since then I've run
sudo apt-get install vim
sudo apt-get build-dep vim

No developer section appears in the Applications Menu as it did with Emacs

I see Vim in its directory, /usr/bin. Relevant files look like:
vi 2.1MB link to /etc/alternatives/vi
vim 2.1MB link to /etc/alternatives/vim
vim.basic 2.1MB executable
vim.tiny 824.6kB executable
vimdiff 2.1MB link to /etc/alternatives/vimdiff
vimtutor 2.1kB shell script

I've clicked on the vi link, the vim link, and the vim.tiny executable. All of them freeze my system and I'm only able to get out of it with a power cycle.

Any other help on getting Vim up and running?

Thanks,

willcoderwang
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se unió: 12/23/2014

I don't know if vim comes with GUI.
You can try install gvim.

willcoderwang
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se unió: 12/23/2014

I don't know if vim comes with GUI.
You can try install gvim.

jbar
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se unió: 01/22/2011

vim is a terminal application, so open a terminal and execute
$ vim

If you want a graphical interface, then install gvim

willcoderwang
Desconectado/a
se unió: 12/23/2014

sudo apt-get install build-essential may solve the not-found problem.
Also, you can install vim by executing sudo apt-get install vim.

Magic Banana

I am a member!

Desconectado/a
se unió: 07/24/2010

Vim 7.4 (the latest version) is in Trisquel's repository. Any reason you had
rather build it from source?

SuperTramp83

I am a translator!

Desconectado/a
se unió: 10/31/2014

As pointed out Vim is in the repo. Also, when you have an application in your
repo and want to build the same of a newer version, you can use the command
**sudo apt-get build-dep vim" to get all the dependencies required by vim
installed on your system.

alimiracle
Desconectado/a
se unió: 01/18/2014

vim Comes installed in trisquel 7

type vim or vi in Terminal
and you will se it

GotYaNumba
Desconectado/a
se unió: 02/04/2016

Initially, in the Applications Menu at the top of Xfce4, there appeared a
"Developer" section that had Emacs 23 in it. I uninstalled it because I don't
like Emacs. Thus, the developer section disappeared along with the Emacs
application.

Since then I've run
sudo apt-get install vim
sudo apt-get build-dep vim

No developer section appears in the Applications Menu as it did with Emacs

I see Vim in its directory, /usr/bin. Relevant files look like:
vi 2.1MB link to /etc/alternatives/vi
vim 2.1MB link to /etc/alternatives/vim
vim.basic 2.1MB executable
vim.tiny 824.6kB executable
vimdiff 2.1MB link to /etc/alternatives/vimdiff
vimtutor 2.1kB shell script

I've clicked on the vi link, the vim link, and the vim.tiny executable. All
of them freeze my system and I'm only able to get out of it with a power
cycle.

Any other help on getting Vim up and running?

Thanks,

jbar
Desconectado/a
se unió: 01/22/2011

vim is a terminal application, so open a terminal and execute
$ vim

If you want a graphical interface, then install gvim