The Arch Linux question was just out of curiosity. Just set up Linux Mint but am probably going to install Arch soon. I am learning C++ at the moment (at the point where one learns about pointers). Anyway just as a little side venture I tried to see if I could make a simple graphics program in C (not C++) in Code Blocks on Windows 10. Added appropriate library/h-file to MGWin, linked it to compiler, following a guide on how to do this. But when I copied and pasted a few very simple C graphics programs and tried to run them I get this error: --warning: ISO C++ forbids converting a string constant to 'char*' [-Wwrite-strings]|-- Here is the program. Everything else seems to build properly. And the error is only a warning but the result is that when running, it crashes with (see below). Do I need to change line 7 here to something else. I just found this program randomly on some site. Maybe 'tc' in line 7 stands for Turbo-C. Obviously I am not using Turbo-C. Do I need to change the line to something?