How to Install Visual Studio Code on CentOS

VS code installation on CentOS

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How to Install Visual Studio Code on CentOS




Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code is a source code editor for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. As well as offering code editing functions, it also offers debugging, task execution, and version control. Visual Studio Code is a great everyday tool because it is so easy to open, edit, and compile code. In addition to highlighting syntax, bracket matching, auto-indentation, and box selection, Visual Studio Code supports a wide range of languages. Developers can test and write code at the same time using the software, which qualifies as an integrated development environment. Use Visual Code today to ensure the quality of your work. We’ll begin by installing Visual Code.








In order to register CentOS systems with VPSie, you need to create a VPSie account if you don’t already have one.



Our example is based on an CentOS instance with GUI installed. Here is a link that will guide you to installing Debian GUI if you do not already have it installed.


 

 

 

 

Download and Install Visual Studio Code Package

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visit the official website for the latest Package. 

 

 

 

VPSie Install VScode on CentOS




When you have downloaded the VScode package. You can access the downloaded folder by using file explorer.


VPSie Install VScode on CentOS

 

 

 

To install the package on your system, open the folder on the terminal and run the following command (insert the name of the downloaded file).

 

# sudo yum localinstall code-1.66.2-1649664637.el7.x86_64.rpm

 

VPSie Install VScode on CentOS




Now you can launch the VScode from the application menu. During your first launch of VScode, customize your vscode account. We won’t do anything in this article.


 

VPSie Install VScode on CentOS
VPSie Install VScode on CentOS




Now you can use the Vs code, it has been successfully installed on your CentOS instance. We hope you enjoyed this article.





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