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make sure that you have the Java installed by running java -version If it returns an error, run this: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install default-jdk Good luck !


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There is a good article on this here: http://derekmolloy.ie/beaglebone/setting-up-eclipse-on-the-beaglebone-for-c-development/


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After some digging I managed to pull this url: http://sukharevd.net/environment-for-j2ee-development-under-ubuntu.html It shows how to install the most important components for JEE development under ubuntu. Please also consider @Fabby's comment on FHS in the original question: http://refspecs.linuxfoundation.org/fhs.shtml


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The shell is interpreting $? as the exit status of the previous command. To prevent shell interpretation: Use quotes around $?: (Head-Level-Mother-Daughters ?h1 ?l1 ?m1 "$?" ?m "$?") Or (Head-Level-Mother-Daughters ?h1 ?l1 ?m1 '$?' ?m '$?') Or escape $ with \: (Head-Level-Mother-Daughters ?h1 ?l1 ?m1 \$? ?m \$?)


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Serg gave the right answer but I'd just like to add that Eclipse is available in the Ubuntu software centre, which will allow you to get automatic updates, unlike downloading the source. To get Eclipse installed easily, just search for it in the Software Centre (or search for eclipse-platform), or use sudo apt install eclipse*.


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This is the version of eclipse (3.8.1-7) [universe]eclipse (3.8.1-7) [universe] that ships with 15.04. My guess is that you have installed the 4.5 version independently of the apt packaging system. It will be tricky to work out where this is installed on the filesystem, but my guess will be /opt. You need add the path of the executable eclipse to $PATH for ...


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When you login as su - your environment changes, you are now root and current working directory is /root skolodya@ubuntu:$ su - Password: $ pwd /root What you need to do is mv /home/$USER/eclipse /opt . Note: change $USER to your actual user name Side note: When you run as root you dont need ...


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I have tested it for Eclipse MARs(not the installation one)-but the one which is tar.gz package on Ubuntu Desktop 14.0.4 gedit /usr/share/applications/eclipse.desktop contents for this: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=Eclipse Comment=Eclipse Integrated Development Environment Icon=** something like /opt/eclipse/icon.xpm ** Exec= ** something like ...


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Using Eclipse IDE as a DEV platform for Android used to be "mainstream" in Android development. To do that - you had to install the sdk and add-on. Android Studio has replaced the Eclipse+SDK configuration as the standard development platform, and it is the development kit itself. So - no need to use both. If you're new to android, I'd say go with the ...


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New launcher: The old launcher is one of those two files: /usr/share/applications/eclipse.desktop /home/YOUR_USERNAME/.local/share/applications/eclipse.desktop Delete whichever of these files exists. Then you can just launch Eclipse by directly running its executable and then right-click on its launcher icon and select "Lock to launcher". This will ...


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I had the same problem. What I did was I did vi .bashrc and added an alias with alias ecl="/home/*myUserName*/eclipse/./eclipse". Then I set the persistent environmental variable via sudo echo *VARIABLE=VALUE* /etc/environment. If you do not want to set a persistent environmental variable, you can do export VARIABLE=VALUE in the terminal window that you will ...



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