|Re: How am I supposed to install Eclipse 3.7 C++ in ubuntu 11.10? [message #760661 is a reply to message #760567]
||Sat, 03 December 2011 23:23
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 2011.12.02 16:32, David Wegener wrote:|
> On 12/02/2011 12:22 PM, Russell Bateman wrote:
>> On 02-Dec-11 06:05, Arman wrote:
>>> So I know we're not supposed to install eclipse some the repositories,
>>> so I downloaded it from this website. I extracted it and it runs, but I
>>> have no desktop/unity shortcut now, and ubuntu being ubuntu I can't add
>>> a shortcut to Unity without installing more software I don't want.
>>> So how am I supposed to install the Eclipse 3.7 C++ for linux developers
>>> (32 bit) under ubuntu 11.10?
>> Here are the steps I use to create a launcher for Eclipse on my GNOME
>> desktop in Ubuntu (all Ubuntu releases I've ever used):
>> 1. Right-click out on empty desktop.
>> 2. Choose Create Launcher...
>> 3. Type "Indigo" for Name:
>> 4. Click Browse...
>> 5. Go find file eclipse where you exploded your Eclipse download.
>> 6. Click the funny icon in the Create Launcher dialog.
>> 7. Go back to where you exploded your Eclipse download and click on
>> 8. Click OK.
>> And there you are. If you want it on the top (panel) bar, just click on
>> it and drag it up there.
>> Hope this helps.
> You must not have upgraded to 11.10 yet. Right clicking on the Desktop
> no longer provides the Create Launcher option. You now have to manually
> create the desktop file or copy an existing one.
Ah, good to know. This is yet another reason to eschew Natty, Oneiric
and Unity altogether.
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