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Installing Google's Go Language on Ubuntu

Nov 20, 2009, 16:33 (1 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Femi for this link. ]

"Let us see how you can do this. I did it on ubuntu 9.04.

"1) Install Pre-requisites on ubuntu.

"You need gcc and some supporting software like bison to compile go. Install the following.

$ sudo apt-get install bison gcc libc6-dev ed.

"The go repository uses mercurial version controls system . Install mercurial with the following command.

$ apt-get install mercurial

"2 Set up the environment variables."

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