How to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux Easy Guide

May 27, 2018 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

CLion Bodhi Linux Installation Guide

You are Welcome! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install CLion IDE on Bodhi GNU/Linux 64-bit.

And CLion for Bodhi Linux thanks to native C and C++ support, including modern C++ standards, libc++ and Boost, knows your code through and through and takes care of the routine while you focus on the important things.

Furthermore, CLion is more than just an editor as it offers intelligent CMake support, a powerful debugger to investigate and solve problems with ease, built-in Google Test and Catch for unit testing, many popular VCS supported out of the box and more.

Again, CLion is designed for native cross-platform development in C and C++, as well as Kotlin/Native, Rust and Swift.

Especially relevant: CLion IDE it’s Not Free but you’ll dispose of a 30 Day Trial period for Evaluation.

As well the Only Requirement for CLion Installation is a GCC/C++ or CLang Compiler Setup on System.

Finally, here it’s described a CLion System-Wide Setup, for a Local one simply Decompress the Archive and Run from the Home folder.

How to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux - Featured
  1. 1. Launch Shell Emulator

    Open a Terminal Shell Emulator
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Open a File Manager Window:
    How to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux - Open File Manager /tmp
    Then Right Click > Open Terminal Here:
    How to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux - Open Terminal on /tmp
  2. 2. Downloading CLion for Bodhi

    Download CLion for Bodhi GNU/Linux

    Get CLion for Bodhi

    If possible Select directly “Open with Archive Manager”!

  3. 3. Extracting CLion

    Then Extract CLion into /tmp
    Eventually Double-Click on Archive:

    How to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux - Extracting CLion

    Or from Shell:

    tar xvzf ~/Downloads/CLion*.tar.gz -C /tmp
  4. 4. Fixing Permissions

    Again to Set Ownership to SuperUser:

    sudo chown -R root:root /tmp/CLion*
  5. 5. Relocating CLion

    Again to Set Ownership to SuperUser:

    sudo mv /tmp/clion* /opt/clion
  6. 6. Amending User’s Path

    Again Append CLion into the Path (Optional)
    This is strictly needed only to Work with CLion from Command Line…

    echo 'export PATH=$PATH:/opt/clion/bin' > ~/.bashrc

    Reload the Path simply with:

  7. 7. Running CLion

    Finally, Run & Enjoy CLion IDE
    First Launch from Shell with:

    With this also a Desktop Launcher it’s Automatically Created.

    How to Install CLion on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic - Desktop Launcher

    Then you can Choose the Licensing Option:

    How to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux - Evaluate
  8. 8. CLion Getting-Started Guide

    Getting-Started with CLion for Bodhi GNU/Linux

    CLion Quick Start on Bodhi
  9. How to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux - UI

    So Now I’m truly Happy if My Guide could Help You to Install CLion on Bodhi Linux!

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