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