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Here is how I handled it, after reading this thread; I tried first to check the file permissions, through the graphical interface, by opening 'home', 'download', i.e. the location where I put netbeans-8.0.2-linux.sh; seeing the button for changing the file to executable was unchecked, I checked it; I opened a terminal, changed to the directory where ...
First an explanation, thank you @kos By using an Exec= line such as Exec=/usr/local/netbeans-8.0/bin/netbeans netbeans is executed in sh already, because the Exec= lines in desktop files are executed as commands in sh, not in bash or else. So Exec=/bin/sh -c "/usr/local/netbeans-8.0/bin/netbeans" spawns an excessive sh instance. Just ...
I figured out the issue by looking through syslog. I probably should have done that to begin with, but I'm still a Linux noob. Sorry if I wasted anyone's time! Apparently, Netbeans was failing to pick up a tool agent. Specifically, the instrumentation tool Jayatanaag.jar. For some reason, this didn't cause a fail state when starting directly from a ...
try without /bin/sh Exec=/usr/local/netbeans-8.0/bin/netbeans
If you want to keep using gtk+ theme, there is a solution that is already implemented by default on ubuntu 15.04 which fixes the menu on java swing applications. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danjaredg/jayatana sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install jayatana
sudo apt-get install links elinks
It is a little bit old but there is this guide from the netbeans.org: https://netbeans.org/kb/72/cnd/qt-applications.html What I did was install the qt4 tools. sudo apt-get install qt4-dev-tools qt4-designer qt4-default qt4-qmake Then within Netbeans install the C++ support with Tools->Plugins->Available Plugins , select C++ and install. From there ...
Don't know if this might help but what works for me is assuming you are the the current home directory of your user ./netbeans-8.0.2/bin/netbeans I installed netbeans by downloading the sh installer from their website. Just curious on how to run netbeans via terminal and this worked for me.
You have to use terminal. Change directory to the directory where you have downloaded the netbeans6.9-ml-java-linux.sh file. cd /home/username/Downloads/ Then run this. sudo chmod a+x netbeans6.9-ml-java-linux.sh It will enable execution access to the file. After that you should do this to install. sudo bash netbeans6.9-ml-java-linux.sh
Try typing in the terminal bash ./netbeans6.9-ml-java-linux.sh
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