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hi i,m new at feodra.
can any one tell me how to run java programes in fedora???
 
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Did you try googling for it?
Did you get any results?
A search like "how to run java applications on linux" or "how to run java applications on fedora" suggests itself.
 
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I use Ubuntu. I open a bash and type sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk sun-java6-bin sun-java6-jre
It downloads, configures etc. Then I use gedit to write a hello world java program. I save it to /home/user/Documents and use the standard javac and java commands to run the java program. I believe the procedure is similar. Make sure you are in the directory where your source file is stored before you use javac and java commands.
 
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Victor Twomey wrote:I believe the procedure is similar.



Nope. Ubuntu and Debian (among others) use APT for package management. Fedora, RHEL and associated distributions use RPM.
 
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