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    Alan is offline Member
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    Default Linux and java

    Can I use Java in linux? How can I do that?
    are there some tool ?
    can you explain me and advice me?

    thank you so much
    Last edited by Alan; 06-01-2007 at 01:49 PM.

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    Well known IDEs (e.g. Netbeans and Eclipse) supports Linux. You can also download JDK for Linux from Sun's web site but there can be a custom way to install JDK depending your distribution. For example, i am using Kubuntu and i can install it directly from the Synaptic Package Manager.

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    Hello
    If you want to program in java in linux o unix, download a console editor and code your program there.
    yo can use to linux: notepad++ .:: NOTEPAD++ ::.
    But is more secure that you use the editor of your IDE

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