Which Linux Distro for java development
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 23, 2004
I'm stuck...What's the best distro available for enterprise java development? I've looked at redhat and mandrake. The problem is, on redhat 9.0 I can get my development tools running (Websphere Studio 5, DB2..etc), but on Mandrake 9.2 I could get my tv card and other cool aps working. I Really like Mandrake, but can't get my dev tools up and running, and redhat's security really sucks...
Is there another distro out there that's good for enterprise development? I use the following tools:
- VMWare 4
- Websphere Studio App V5
- DB2 8.1
- XawTV (South Africa)
- Websphere 5
Martin Coetzee (South Africa)
Linux and Java Development (IDE)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 15, 2003
Can anyone recommend a good Java IDE for use under Linux?
The best Linux distro for java development : Yaoqiang LInux (linux4j.sourceforge.net)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 31, 2010
Yaoqiang Linux is a custom Linux Distribution based on Fedora Core Project. Its main objective is to make it easy for developers to do java development on the Linux platform.
If you are interested in my project. you can visit it at http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux4j/.
Any advice or suggestion for this project will be appreciated.
Solaris/FreeBSD vs. Linux for Java development
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 15, 2011
Years ago, I switched from Windows to Linux to get a more lightweight and stable desktop environment. It worked out well, but I'm having enough problems with Linux to consider another change. Specifically, I'm looking for better stability in the system libraries.
I use Debian Unstable (argh..I meant Testing) because I need to track development in some Linux applications. Since they are in active development, I expect occasional bugs in them. My problem is with the frequency of breakage in basic system utilities, like hdparm or halevt. In the past year, every time I have updated a system or done a fresh install, some different utility has been broken.
The best alternatives seem to be FreeBSD and Solaris. (Solaris is free for development use, which is all I care about). I'm asking here which would be better for my use and/or whether they have enough of their own problems that I would be better off sticking with Linux.
Java development, programming style is carefully system
Linux distros for Java Development
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 19, 2010
Simply, are there any Java Developer specific Linux distros?
How to install a Java development environment on Linux (JDK, Maven, IDE,…) VirtualBox
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 3, 2012
How do set up a Unix based VirtualBox guest for Java Development? I wish to keep some of my existing development environment (I run Windows) and integrate it using VirtualBox. Is this possible?
Linux Game Development Unity
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 23, 2010
I think it would be preaching to the choir if I were to extol the benefits of development and design on Linux. Most especially here.
In the ever expanding game development world, WYSIWYG editors like Unity 3d are providing greater access and contributing to adoption by folks who may not have otherwise developed a game.
Unity 3d Version 3 is only a day or two away from release, and although there has been a call for a Linux distribution, or at least a linux compatible web player it looks like it isn't going to happen this time.
I think it is a matter of educating folks and really fighting some of the bizarre rumors spread about Linux.
Here is a thread (started in 2005 and currently going) on the Unity 3d website in which some assertions made about linux are quite disturbing. I think participating in educating folks on Linux can help, and possibly if developers (who already release a free version like Unity3d) can see the popularity of users for, and benefits of a linux release, mayb
Ubuntu PowerPC C/C++/Java Development Environment
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 1, 2009
Can anyone reccomend a good development environment for the above combination.
I have tried netbeans but it fails to start.
linux kernel development for scalable multi core arhcitecture
location: linux.com - date: March 1, 2013
I want to work for development of Linux kernel for scalable multi core architecture. I want to know is there any improvement needed for Linux kernel like scheduling, memory management portion for scalable multi core architecture where no. of cores are increasing day by day. I am doing a project in this area and added my project abstract.
Android and Linux kernel development to start merging in Linux Kernel 3.3
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2012
i was showing a friend of mine (who worked with Linux in the '90s and wants to get back into it) how Android uses the Linux kernel, when i came across the wikipedia page for android and saw that, starting with kernel 3.3, Android and Linux development would start merging by supplying mutual patches and fixes. What could this mean for future kernel development for both Android and Linux?
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