I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 and NetBeans IDE 7.2.1. My system is set to pt-br, and my NetBeans installation too. I want to use Netbeans in English, how is this possible? I can't find any settings to change the language.
Hello all, I installed Netbeans 7.2 and the icon REFUSES to show up.
The netbeans7-2.desktop file is as follows:
Name=NetBeans IDE 7.2
Comment=The Smarter Way to Code
I have tried
I installed Netbeans for Java ME but I need at least Netbeans 7.3 and I have version 7.01.. Any tips on upgrading Netbeans to version 7. 3 on the command line? Should I uninstall Netbeans entirely and start from scratch with the more recent version?
Hi i'm David i'm new to ubuntu and as well as netbeans also help me
I installed Netbeans, and I've made sure to install all the JDKs and JREs I could find. It installed without errors. I also saw this question and made sure I followed all the instructions there as well.
I would love to be able to continue developing Java within NetBeans even now that I am in the process of switching to Ubuntu. I downloaded NetBeans from Ubuntu Software Center (USC), and everything seemed to go smoothly. I was requested to state my password. USC indicates that installation has occurred and gives me a "Remove" option, so NetBeans is clearly in place. But which place?
thank you all for your support.
I'm new to Ubuntu, I want to program in C / C + + from Netbeans, I've installed the package version 7.3 with JDK 1.7.
Open up Netbeans, I think good programs and compiles fine. The problem is that by giving run, does nothing just shows "RUN FINISHED; exit value 0; Real time: 0ms, user: 0ms; system: 0ms"
Netbeans should open an executable to run the program right?.
Oracle has released NetBeans IDE 7.1. Oracle hopes to continue its relationship with the Java Developer community with this release. NetBeans IDE 7.1 which is a free and open source IDE intended to help developers create Web and other applications rapidly is understandably the industry favourite when it comes to IDEs.
NetBeans should be in the repos, although you can always download the 7.2 shell script from the NetBeans website. I typically install NetBeans after Eclipse, so I don't need to worry about Java. Everything's already there.Regarding JDK7, Waldorf (and maybe Statler) has an option for install Java (openJDK) in the post-install script.