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Old 09-04-2011, 01:24 PM   #1
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Ubuntu and java and a newbie linux user

To all,

I recently added this message as I had fedora 13 loaded on my computer.

Since then I read your replies and although they seemed like they would work. I spoke with my cousin and he recommended I try Ubuntu.

I have loaded the latest relase of ubuntu onto my laptop and I REALLY REALLY DO LIKE IT. I have also loaded the latest JDK for java onto my UBUNTU laptop and it is working.

Now my question or problem is what IDE do I load? JGRASP or is there a ubutu model for me to load? Y'all recommended eclipse for fedora 15, is that the IDE I should use for Ubuntu? PLEASE give me your recommendations.

Thank you.
Old 09-04-2011, 08:50 PM   #2
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You can use eclipse or Netbeans on any version of Linux. Netbeans is a Java IDE that is available from Oracle. There are several others...Google is a great resource.
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Old 09-05-2011, 09:40 AM   #3
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Netnix thank you


Thanx man, I did find eclipse and it is very good on ubuntu. Thanx for the info.

I see your a sys admin, where do you work? I would like to talk with you about that if you wouldn't mind.

I'm at school getting introduced or will actually start my first linux class in January. Thanx mate.



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