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By jsugrue
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Published: Nov 16 2010 / 05:32

In this post, I’m going to explain how you can setup a Java development environment (JDK + Eclipse) in Ubuntu. I’m using Ubuntu 10.10, but these steps should be applicable to majority of Ubuntu versions.
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yakkoh replied ago:

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Yes -- Voted UP.
Although I am not a fan of Java, this is a very valid way to install the JDK on Ubuntu.
You install the real McCoy where you want.
apt-get is fantastic but somehow you never install the latest latest version and the origin is not always crystal clear in
synaptic package manager.

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