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I was in a chat with skype and someone sent me a link to a website, I click on it and suddenly firefox opened a new windows, ignoring the url. I guess the problem is in firefox not in netbeans or xdebug. I'm going to search something about that. Regards.
Use /WEB-INF/duke.gif However, you need to access it as a resource from the servlet context. In your JSP: <% ServletContext ctx = request.getServletContext(); InputStream stream = ctx.getResourceAsStream("/WEB-INF/duke.gif"); %> I hope this helps...
Open the Terminal and considering the file is in Downloads folder then do chmod +x ~/Downloads/netbeans-8.0.2-linux.sh After that cd ~/Downloads && ./netbeans-8.0.2-linux.sh And that will bring up the Installation Window. To Uninstall run ./uninstall.sh in the install directory
I was having the same problem as you. It went away by reinstalling netbeans in my /home/username directory. The issue can also occur if your java version is not recent. Netbeans 8.0.2 doesnot support jdk versions 1.6 and older.
Your P4 is absolutely fine for text editing and running a LAMP stack (as long as you have the memory). However this is the most frustrating thing I could say, but try to avoid big heavy IDE's for development, because they're so slow. NetBeans is a big heavy Java IDE, despite the heaviness, all it brings to the table is, a bit of file management; syntax ...
You should upgrade your CPU or use a different, specialized distribution (like Lubuntu) for older hardware. If you can't upgrade your hardware configuration, optimize your system by following those instructions: Install prelink and preload to reduce the startup time of many applications (like the sub-processes used by some IDEs). In a terminal (xterm or ...
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