Java Programming & Linux Distros
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 11, 2011
Lately, I've been programming in Java (only the basic stuff) and I kinda liked it. I mean, I really liked it. But my question is this: Is it worth learning Java to program on Ubuntu or any other Linux distro?
People usually say it's best to learn C or Python, but Java code looks cool and I think I want to program in it. But the problem is that I want to learn languages that I can use to make something useful and good looking (that means a nice GUI). Is Java ok for that?
Any recommendations about other languages that are commonly used on Linux distros, any tips on what to learn or something like that are highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance !
Java Programming Software for Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 22, 2008
I am enrolled in a CS course in my high school, where they are teaching us Java and the software they use is Windows only. However, since Java is apparently a cross platform language, one should be able to develop regardless of OS. So, any suggestions for a Java newb?
programming windows apps on linux java or python (PyGTK)??
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 20, 2008
Java runs on all platforms, but is it possible to program java apps without using system-specifif API calls, libraries and stuff like that?
It can be done with pyGTK, so I guess java can do it as well. The point is that I have to write a windows program for school, and I need to do bug-testing and such. I don't think wine is reliable enough for that. With pyGTK the code itself is cross-platform, including the GUI.
Is this true with java as well?
Best Linux Distribution for Java Programming along with netbeans
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 31, 2009
Iam very confused that there are too many Linux Distributions available for free in the Internet.
Centros Free (Redhat)
I want to know that what is the best distribution to work with Java Programming i.e i want to install the latest Openjdk and the application server for the same whetheter i.e Glass fish or any other.
Ofcourse friends i dont want to miss the multimedia function i.e watching all kinds of movie formats, listening to music.
So, any one please suggest the good distribution for the 2. also consider one thing that all softwares available in that distribution.
Java programming in linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 28, 2003
I am having troubles getting to program java in linux. I want to install the java runtime environment, but I keep getting a message that says that i have no access to that file. I have tried both as a normal user and as root.
I just need to do some java programming (for school) so if anyone else has a sollution to how i can solve this problem, then i would be thankful.
how to know how much disk space is free on linux through programming
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 12, 2004
i am a new to linux . I want to know the how much disk is space available or how much is free on linux partition. is there are any structure is available to know it through programming? and also i want to know what ports are free or which services runing on other port.
plz.......reply as quickly as possible.
I will appreciate your answer.
[SOLVED] Linux GUI Programming with no extra framework
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 22, 2011
I've been writing Windows software for many years, starting with Windows 3.1 when Windows wasn't an OS on its own, but merely a GUI for DOS.
In all these years, it has always been my paradigm not to use any third-party libraries or frameworks, but instead use the Windows API directly. I found that this was the easiest and quickest approach (and my programs tended to be lightweight and fast) because most frameworks used with Windows are bulky, hard to handle and poorly documented. So whatever you do, sooner or later you end up doing try & error. The Windows API, however, is fairly straightforward and well-documented.
Now I intend to follow this paradigm on Linux. That is, I want to write GUI applications that do not use Qt, GTK or some framework like that, but use the X Server's or the window manager's API directly.
I know that there is at least one application that uses this approach: The Xfe file manager. But what are the keywords I'd have to use to find tuto
Java Programming: Java Runtime Environment not found when trying to compile
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 20, 2004
Yeah im back with another little problem. I previously had the problem with Java Virtual Machine. I got some advice and help from you guys and changed my .bash_profile with PATHS and stuff. Now i encoutered another problem. I just downlaopded a 90mb file from Java Sun Microsystems , a SDK with NetBeans IDE 3.6. Now ive installed the NetBean IDE program and is working sweet. however my "Beginning Programming for Dummies" wants me to use a text editor instead. ok im fine with that, following the instructions in the book, chapter-by-chapter. Then trying to compile the program that ive made is another story. I can't seem to use the 'javac' command. It prompts
"Error: could not find libjava.so
Error: could not find Java 2 Runtime Environment."
how can i sort this problem out guys? If someone could help me, that would be awsome.
Ohh: Heres a copy of my ".bash_profile" if it helps
Problem : Linux, Java exec , Mencoder, SMB
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 14, 2009
Please help me out. I have a problem
- I use a Ubuntu Linux 8.10
- I have a mount point to a SMB location :
- I'm trying to execute a mencoder command from Java like this :
Process process = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(cm);
- An example of mencoder command :
/usr/local/bin/mencoder -oac mp3lame -o "/mnt/STORAGE/OUT/myfile2.flv" -ovc vfw -xvfwopts codec=vp6vfw.dll:compdata=aaaaonepass.mcf -lameopts cbr:br=128 -vf flip,scale=320:240 -af lavcresample=22050 -of lavf "/mnt/STORAGE/IN/file2.mkv"
-Running this mencoder command from the console it works perfectly.
-Running this command from JAVA exec i've got this error from mencoder output :
File not found: '"/mnt/STORAGE/IN/file2.mkv"'
It seems that when i run this command from java it does not recognize the
Linux GUI programming introduction
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 3, 2011
I am new to Linux.
What do people here really use to program Linux GUI applications?
Is there an IDE that people commonly use? Hypothetically if I just wanted a "Hello" program in C that opens a plain window, what would you use for that? There's probably more than one, but is there one that is more popular and/or more widely used?
I have programmed before, but I'm just not familiar with Linux GUI programming.
Can someone just give me a very quick rundown?
Thanks in advance
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