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Add OpenGL to Linux Vscode

I followed this tutorial successfully. But it doesn’t explain how to configure on vscode. Glad is in this folder /usr/include and I did use sudo in the terminal to compile and generate a.out. How do I do that in vscode? I have this error output when I try to build task: terminal My tasks is configured like that: tasks.json How

As of today omnisharp doesn’t start properly (The “CheckForDuplicateFrameworkReferences” task could not be loaded from the assembly […])

The full error: The “CheckForDuplicateFrameworkReferences” task could not be loaded from the assembly /usr/lib64/dotnet/sdk/5.0.100/Sdks/Microsoft.NET.Sdk/targets/../tools/net472/Microsoft.NET.Build.Tasks.dll. Invalid Image Confirm that the declaration is correct, that the assembly and all its dependencies are available, and that the task contains a public class that implements Microsoft.Build.Framework.ITask. It seems like the C# extension was updated 6 days ago, and I’m positive that I’ve been using

How to grant permissions to VS Code to modify files in Windows Subsystem for Linux [closed]

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F# on Linux – targeting net4xx

I’ve got both mono ( and dotnet core (2.1.4) installed on my Linux Mint (18.3) machine. I want to create a project using VS Code Ionide: Ctrl+Shift+P -> F#: New Project -> console. This goes without problems. However, when I try to build it, I get: error MSB3644: The reference assemblies for framework “.NETFramework,Version=v4.6.1” were not found. To resolve this,