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Open a terminal (use Ctrl+Alt+T), change to the directory containing the downloaded shell script, and run as super user: $ sudo ./netbeans-8.0.1-javaee-linux.sh You'll be prompted for your password and the NetBeans install wizard will start.


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/usr/local/ itself isn't in the default path, /usr/local/bin is. Move your launch script there and it should be picked up. In your case, you're installing the entire thing into /usr/local/netbeans-<VERSION>/. This includes a launcher script in ./bin/netbeans. The simple fix for you is to just symlink to that launcher from somewhere in the path: ...


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The script that you dropped into /usr/local is not a usable netbeans application but rather an install script for it. Move it back into your home directory somewhere and following the installation instructions found here: Netbeans IDE - Installation Instructions


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If all you would be using NetBeans for is Java programming then you can install IntelliJ IDEA 13 Community Edition from the Ubuntu Software Center. IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition is a free (it doesn't cost any money) and open source version of IntelliJ IDEA, a premier IDE for Java, Groovy, Scala and Android applications development. I also tried to install ...


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I've just encountered exactly the same with Netbeans 8.0.1 (updating by running as sudo) Changing the owner and group of some files in ~/.cache did the trick sudo chown -R <user>:<group> ~/.cache/netbeans


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In Windows, different applications keep all their files, including the executable files in their own folders. In Linux, the norm is that all applications use the standard folders instead (/bin, or /usr/bin for executables, /lib, or /usr/lib for libraries, etc.). Since the standard binary folders are all in the default PATH, you usually don't need to add ...


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Select "New" there in the "Python Platform Manager". Then It will open a dialog box. Navigate to /usr/local/bin and select python3.4. AT least that works on Windows. If the dialog box does not appear, then in the command field of the new profile type /usr/local/bin/python3.4 and in Console Command type the same thing. In platform name type Python 3.4.1 ...


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It's not advised to use sudo against graphical applications, try to run it with gksu: gksu netbeans Or if the executable is not systemwide, cd to where it is located and: gksu ./netbeans


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You need to change the owner (and may be the group) of ~/.netbeans/ directory and ~/.cache/netbeans directory as well.


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To correctly build your project on Ubuntu, you need to install the following development (-dev) packages, open a terminal and type: sudo apt-get install libglew1.5-dev libglew-dev libglewmx1.5-dev libglewmx-dev freeglut3-dev build-essential



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