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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Anyone knows if Netbeans will be back in the repos? I've was thinking about upgrading to 11.10 tomorrow actually, but things like this makes me not wanna upgrade. It's not that I dont know how to install otherwise, I'm just lazy.

    Sorry for being slightly off-topic.
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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkAmbient View Post
    Anyone knows if Netbeans will be back in the repos? I've was thinking about upgrading to 11.10 tomorrow actually, but things like this makes me not wanna upgrade. It's not that I dont know how to install otherwise, I'm just lazy.

    Sorry for being slightly off-topic.
    It is not.


    Quote Originally Posted by NattyLight View Post
    OK so the files have the .sh extension, when I tried to do the chmod +x it doesnt work? Whats the syntax to make the .sh file executable in Ubuntu?
    Code:
    chmod 777 install.sh
    will give read/write/execute privlages to all users

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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Quote Originally Posted by ibutho View Post
    Do you have a JDK installed preferably Oracle Java? The commands work fine for me in Mint 11 with the latest Oracle JDK.
    I have OpenJDK 6

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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Quote Originally Posted by 11jmb View Post
    It is not.




    Code:
    chmod 777 install.sh
    will give read/write/execute privlages to all users
    Ok, I will try this.

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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Ok guys I figured it out, I right clicked on the sh file and made it executable via the permissions tab, now Im trying to decide if I should install JUnit or not?

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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Yes it does,
    Last edited by NattyLight; November 1st, 2011 at 11:31 PM.

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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Quote Originally Posted by NattyLight View Post
    Im trying to decide if I should install JUnit or not?
    Is this for fun/learning or big-time development? If you ever get into developing large applications, unit testing will become vital, so it may be worth your while to learn how to use the unit test suite that is pretty much the standard.

    If you are just messing around and learning how to make simple apps, you might not want to waste your time.

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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Quote Originally Posted by 11jmb View Post
    Is this for fun/learning or big-time development? If you ever get into developing large applications, unit testing will become vital, so it may be worth your while to learn how to use the unit test suite that is pretty much the standard.

    If you are just messing around and learning how to make simple apps, you might not want to waste your time.
    I just installed it anyways, figured what the heck its not gonna hurt anything, it can only benefit me you know? I appreciate your help me

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    Re: Installing Netbeans on Ubuntu 11.10

    Quote Originally Posted by ibutho View Post
    Just run the installer by doing something like
    Code:
    sh netbeans-7.0.1-ml-javase-linux.sh
    It works, Thanks a lot.
    I install jre 7 from ubuntu software center, and then i oved the downloaded file to my home directory, then run this command in terminal,
    Perfect. thanks a lot

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