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The solution came finally but on pieces so I am not sure if one piece is only needed or all of them but I will list them all here. Make sure you have a 64 bit version of Xulrunner. The version that worked with me is 1.9.2.13 and you can downland the file xulrunner-1.9.2.13.en-US.linux-x86_64.tar.bz2. extract it to /opt/ and this will create a new folder ...


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Kepler? Why Kepler. Install Mars. ;) Use an extra distribution for C/C++ (Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers) and one for Java (Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers). That prepares you definitely less problems. Both languages in one development environment faces a number of traps. Believe me. Read my answer here for further instructions.


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Answer taken from comments Eclipse was installed from repository, I resolved the problem by re-installing a newer version of Eclipse from their official website and reconfigured my workspace!


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Eclipse creates a .lock file in the folder .metadata in your Workspace folder. eg ~/workspace/.metadata Remove the .lock file and Eclipse will start again rm ~/workspace/.metadata/.lock


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If Eclipse runs, you have an installed and working Java. Check your Eclipse distribution, you should install Eclipse IDE for Java Developers or Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers from here. EG: Open the Preferences via Window > Preferences and navigate to Java > Installed JREs and you will see something like this Press Add to configure more ...


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There is and there was never a reason to start Eclipse with administrator privileges. Place your Eclipse application folder in /opt and grant read access. sudo chmod -R +r /opt/eclipse All user files, workspace etc. are stored in your home folder. More about Eclipse here.


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Go to the Help menu > Install new software. Add this update site: http://pydev.org/updates Select "PyDev for Eclipse" and follow the installation instructions. Here is more detailed


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You can use alias also. Add below line to the ~/.bashrc file.(gedit ~/.bashrc command will open file for the editing.) Then close and open a terminal. alias eclipse='/home/<user>/Programs/eclipse/eclipse' Then type eclipse to open Eclipse. You don't need ./ at the begining of the command.


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sudo ln -s /home/<user>/Programs/eclipse/eclipse /usr/bin/eclipse Preplace <user> with your username


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It means that, on your system (localhost) there is no program listening to TCP port 80. You need to start a webserver, e.g., apache2 and configure it to handle your requests. Reread the beginning of your course, and see what it says about webserver requirements.


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For Ubuntu >= 13.04 instead of ia32-libs you need libgl1-mesa-dev:i386 sudo apt-get install libgl1-mesa-dev:i386 Check Complete Installation Guide for Android SDK / ADT Bundle on Ubuntu


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First of all, sudo apt-get update JDK7 : sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jre-headless Tomcat7: sudo apt-get install tomcat7 Eclipse (4.3): sudo apt-get install eclipse Spring Tool Suite: cd /opt wget http://download.springsource.com/release/STS/3.6.3/dist/e4.4/spring-tool-suite-3.6.3.RELEASE-e4.4.1-linux-gtk-x86_64.tar.gz sudo tar -xvf ...


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Your first question No, you can't download the C/C++ libraries from within eclipse, like Pydev. Your second question Install Eclipse JEE and Eclipse C/C++ in separate folders in /opt eg: /opt/eclipse-cpp /opt/eclipse-jee Create two different desktop files in ~/.local/share/applications ~/.local/share/applications/eclipse_cpp.desktop [Desktop ...


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I found out there is an easy way of doing that. You can follow this blog post which is providing a step by step guide to do it : Install Apache Tomcat on Ubuntu Step 1: Open the Eclipse. Step 2: Goto Windows → Preferences in the menu bar and select the Runtime Environments under the Server. Step 3: Click on the 'Add' button. Step 4: Select your Apache ...


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Even though its late, I'm posting this for future readers. I found out there is an easy way of doing that. You can follow this blog post which is providing a step by step guide to do it: Install Apache Tomcat on Ubuntu Step 1: Open the Eclipse. Step 2: Goto Windows → Preferences in the menu bar and select the Runtime Environments under the Server. Step ...



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