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Java Development on Linux, easy beginner tutorial

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If your tooltips, calltips, keyword highlighting and completion aren’t working, please see my other video about SciTE setup. Many GNU/Linux distros are getting it wrong
http://www.thenerdshow.com/index4210.html
http://thenerdshow.com/java/scite.zip

Transcript:
“My neighbors are taking Java classes soon and so am I. they all use Windows but they asked me if it was possible to set up Fedora for Java development. My class starts next week and since Fedora is my favorite operating system, I figured it would be prudent to try it and see. I found out that it’s not only possible but easy.

The first thing to do is to install Java development packages. Go to System– Administration– Add Remove Software. Check the box next to Java development and click apply.

–OR— open a root terminal and type:

yum groupinstall “Java development”

Once that’s installed we are ready to start programming. Let’s make a simple hello world application.”

/* First let’s create a class.
* Java programs need some kind of a class.
*
*/
class Hello {
public static void main(String[] args){
System.out.println(“Howdy, pardner!”);//say hi
}
}

This video contains parts or visuals of a free software program. You may use it freely according to its particular license.

Fedora is a trademark of RedHat Inc. (http//redhat.com) Fedora (http://fedoraproject.org) software is available free of charge under the terms of the Apache License. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_License)

License for Scintilla and SciTE
http://www.scintilla.org/SciTE.html

5 thoughts on “Java Development on Linux, easy beginner tutorial

  1. Fuck off all you guys, who say linux is from ass! Many critics have said: "linux is 3 times easier than windows. It only can't run windows programs without emulator like Wine " and i think terminal is hard thing for beginners + ubuntus linux has been proven to be 2 times faster than windows 7. Im not saying windows is from ass, but linux isn't.

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