I'm a new user (of this forum, of ubuntu, and of prolog...), then I apologize if my problems are maybe too much stupid..
I would like to learn prolog, having some good books about;
I've installed the required packages in the synaptic package manager, now I'm looking for a good IDE.
I've installed GNU Emacs and tried to follows the instructions here: www.swi-prolog.org/FAQ/GnuEmacs.html.
But I don't understand what is said in point 3 of that page: "Add the following lines to ~/.emacs (~/_emacs on Windows):";
I don't find that file anywhere, nor making a search (ctrl+F) from the fyle system.
I see in windows using there a custom swi-prolog editor with two windows, one that is the proper editor to write "facts" and the second, the "reasoner", to pose question. I would like such an editor. I've also installed Anjuta that is suggested in this thread, but don't know how to configure it.
Finally, sorry for my english (I'm italian).