I have to develop something in Linux(CentOS 6.5) Environment using C or C++ language with many of libraries for linux. As you know, CentOS is not GUI. So, I want to use Microsoft Visual Studio for my work. It's OK even if use just VS as the Editor. I mean that I like the features of IDE visual studio(intellisense, debugger, and so on).
I have Visual Studio 2008, 2010, 2013 Professional.
Best How To :
yes you can, in fact, if you have setup a VM machine, you can even directly include the C++ include library of Linux (However, this only works for write code, not work with compiling). You could also setup CYGWIN or MINGW for referencing the header of Linux platform.
In fact, for myself, I switched to QtCreator as a cross platform C++ IDE, it also has auto-complete and debug features.