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 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?
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?
How can I install netbeans on Solaris. Is there a package manager like yum for Fedora. I have tried pkg install netbeans, doesnt find it. Already preformed pkg install slim_install and it installed the jre. However if I run the sh file downloaded for netbeans it says no compatible JDK found.
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.
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.