|Re: Installing latest version of Eclipse [message #1772208 is a reply to message #1771912]
||Wed, 06 September 2017 15:41
| Andres Fava
Registered: September 2017
Can you install from the official installer? i understand this is one of the proper ways to install eclipse, using their own installer.|
1- download the installer: https://eclipse.org/downloads/
2- decompress it example: tar xf installername.tar.gz
3- cd to its directory: cd eclipse-installer
4- run it WITHOUT sudo, i understand it can be runned with sudo but then you will need to run as administrator always: ./eclipse-inst
5- the installer will open and show a yellow ! on the right hand corner or on the sandwich menu botton. Its there because its telling you to upgrade. do that.
6- close after upgrade.
7- install normally following the instructions of the official installer. With or without sudo, your choice. Again its not necessary to install or run as administrator: ./eclipse-inst
8- keep calm and follow instructions.
if you run as administrator remember to keep using the /opt/ folder instead of your home or root folder. sudo should only be used for multiple users, probably not your case.
9- finally you will need to create a link to your program, why this is not already included no one knows.
This process will install the latest Eclipse on your system.
hope this helps you with your install.
ref link: https://askubuntu.com/questions/695382/how-to-install-eclipse-using-its-installer
[Updated on: Wed, 06 September 2017 16:19]
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