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Old 02-24-2009, 06:21 AM   #1
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have installed ubuntu 7.1 and i would like to develop java applications for stand alone and net applications.i would also like to develop site both static and dynymic using perl php and html.how do i proceed and which applications do i need?
how do i install the aplications that i need?
 
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have installed ubuntu 7.1 and i would like to develop java applications for stand alone and net applications.i would also like to develop site both static and dynymic using perl php and html.how do i proceed and which applications do i need?
how do i install the aplications that i need?
Welcome to LQ!!

Please use more descriptive thread titles to get quicker and better answers.

First, Ubuntu 7.1 is pretty old---you may want to get a newer version (eg 8.04 or 8.10)

You will want to install the development tools, including the gcc compiler. The package is sometimes called "build-essential" or something similar. Look around in the package manager (Synaptic or possibly Adept).

For WEB development, there are a wide variety of Linux tools available---take a look at the recent "member's choice" awards here at LQ.
 
  


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