|Re: System requirements for Eclipse on Linux [message #1066220 is a reply to message #1066117]
||Mon, 01 July 2013 14:59
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 7/1/2013 4:16 AM, deepali Londhe wrote:|
> I want to run C program using Eclipse on Linux platform, can you tell me
> system/hardware requirements for the same.
> Please tell me if i use various plugins for java then does it(system)
> need up gradation?
If you're able to run Linux, you're probably going to be alright
developing in C/C++ using Eclipse. Of course, the more memory you can
offer this process, the happier you'll be plus you need enough disk to
accommodate what you're doing. I wouldn't try to run with under 2Gb, but
in today's world few systems are so cramped.
I like gobs of monitor real estate for Eclipse too--that's helpful, but
it's not strictly necessary.
Linux is a virtual-memory operating system. If you add more Java
plug-ins, you could use more memory (and dedicate more by specifying it
in eclipse.ini), but you may do just fine without it.
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