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Hi all, I am pretty new to linux environment and hopping to develop some applications on it as my 4th year project. I m well familier with Windows envrmnt in ...
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    Question need guid on java programing on linux


    Hi all,

    I am pretty new to linux environment and hopping to develop some applications on it as my 4th year project.

    I m well familier with Windows envrmnt in software development and now i happened to migrate to linux. And i m really haapy about it.

    Here are my problems Verry shortly...

    1. Is there any IDE in redhat linux that i can use to develop java progaming (like
    netbeans , oracle10g, eClips...etc)?

    2. what are the application servers that i can used on linux (like weblogic)?

    3. What is called a SHELL in linux that used to set PATH?

    4 .How to use java libraries on linux to compile a java program ( ie how to set CLASSPATH to *.jar files)?



    Ultimate goal of my project is to create a grid environment using GT4 with the functionalities of data replication and proccess mobility.
    Is anyone familier with grid computing with GT4 here?


    regards,
    Nuwan
    University of colombo

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    Smile Java Help

    First of all download the sun jdk latest version.

    As far IDE is concerned Eclipse is doing fine work on linux.

    As far as I am concerned I am quite used to wiht vi.

    You must include the java bin directory in your $PATH varible ,which reside in the .bash_profile in your home dir and in the /etc change the file profile to get systemwide java accesable to you.

    Oracle 10g and J2EE server like weblogic,websphere is working fine on linux.You can also use Sun Application server too and that is freely avialable from sun.

    As far as jdk1.4 u don't have set the classpath.

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    My processor architecture is AMD.

    But in the official site of Eclipse doesnt indicate that it is commpatible with AMD
    architecture.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwwnuwan
    My processor architecture is AMD.

    But in the official site of Eclipse doesnt indicate that it is commpatible with AMD
    architecture.

    thanks
    There is no "AMD" architecture. All AMD processors are either x86 or x86_64; in other words the same as Intel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoon!
    There is no "AMD" architecture. All AMD processors are either x86 or x86_64; in other words the same as Intel.


    me fool.
    thanks a lot.

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