[asl] cara instal bluej di ubuntu 12.04 ?

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[asl] cara instal bluej di ubuntu 12.04 ?

Postby alam » 19 Feb 2012, 09:44

saya mau tanya
saya udah coba beberapa kali instal bluej di ubuntu, tapi hasilnya sama aja (selalu minta browse JDK/J2SDK)
padahal udah saya instal JDK nya
ajarin dong step" instalnya ? :confused:
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Re: [asl] cara instal bluej di ubuntu 12.04 ?

Postby thrvers » 19 Feb 2012, 10:22

Debian, Ubuntu, and other Debian-based systems

Check your distribution's instructions on how to install "deb" packages. In many cases it will be as simple as double-clicking the downloaded file from within a file manager, and then providing an administrator password to allow the installation to proceed.

Note the "deb" package requires one of the following packages to be installed:

sun-java6-jdk or openjdk-6-jdk

However, we recommend installing "sun-java6-jdk" before installing BlueJ.

Please note, the example projects will be installed under /usr/share/doc/BlueJ/

On Ubuntu "Lucid Lynx" (10.04) onwards, the Sun JDK is no longer part of the multiverse section of the Ubuntu archive. To install it, you should open the Synaptic package manager, go to "Settings", "Repositories", "Other Software" tab, and enable the "lucid partner" repository, then close the dialog and press "Reload" in the main window; after completing these steps, it should be possible to install the "sun-java6-jdk" package.

Thanks to Joe Lewis for providing the initial version of the .deb package.
btw bener pakai 12.04 :( - versi belum stabil jangan dipakai produksi

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