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Eclipse3.0 on Linux

 
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any one know how to install Eclipse3.0 on RedHat9? thanks.
 
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Go to www.eclipse.org, download the Linux/GTK2 bundle, unzip the distribution file using "unzip", cd into the just-created "eclipse" directory and run "./eclipse". That's it.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
Go to www.eclipse.org, download the Linux/GTK2 bundle, unzip the distribution file using "unzip", cd into the just-created "eclipse" directory and run "./eclipse". That's it.



Well actually, I'm pretty sure you'll also need a JDK and a JAVA_HOME to find it with. My ~/.bash_profile is supplied with

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.2_06
export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH

as well as defining ANT_HOME and its path, since I have a rule that all my projects be command-line buildable whether there's an IDE available or not.
 
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Originally posted by Tim Holloway:


Well actually, I'm pretty sure you'll also need a JDK and a JAVA_HOME to find it with.



Well, yeah.
 
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thanks for the help guys. Aslo,does anyone know how to install myeclipse in redhat? i have downloaded a myeclipse for linux (its a .bin file) but no idea how i install that. i would appreciate your help.
 
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