install netbeans 6.7 on fedora 9


For installation of  netbeans package you need JDK 1.6 installed on your Fedora box. on Fedora 9 you are having already installed JDK 1.6 so you need to update the installation only.

Use following command for installing or updating JDK installation.

#su

#ROOT_PASSWORD

#yum update java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel

#yum install java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel
Than go to this URL (http://www.netbeans.org/downloads/index.html) and download the .sh file which you want install on your Fedora 9 box.

As per my view Netbeans supports for Rails and PHP and Netbeans is best IDE for Rails and PHP.

For Linux platforms, the installer file has the .sh extension. For these platforms, you need to make the installer files executable by using the following command:
#chmod +x netbeans-6.7.0-ml-ruby-linux.sh

This command i given for ruby IDE, you can choose your IDE or as per file name.

Than run the installer file

#netbeans-6.5.1-ml-ruby-linux.sh

That sit netbeans installtion will start to PC. After installation you can start netbeans from programming menu.

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About Purab Kharat

I am WordPress and Drupal Architect. I worked on many technologies like Ruby on Rails, Flex, PHP etc... I am Purab Kharat from India, Pune. I love to play chess and listen music and read books. I work in SY Smartsourcing Global Pvt Ltd in Princeton, NJ, USA. Now I am living at Plainsboro, 164 Hampshire Drive, Princeton Meadows, NJ. I have more then Ten years experience in Web Application Development (Specially in Php 5.0, Ruby on Rails, Mysql 5.0, RIA, Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla, Ecommerce)

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