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Installing the Eclipse IDE on Linux

The following procedure shows how to quickly install the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment on desktop Linux distributions.


1. Download the Eclipse tarball at [ ].

2. Open a terminal and extract the installer folder.

user@host: $ tar -xf eclipse-inst-jre-linux64.tar.gz

3. Run the installer to launch the graphical user interface.

user@host: $ cd eclipse-installer
user@host: $ ./eclipse-inst

4. On the GUI, choose the desired package.

4.1. For C/C++ programming, select [ Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers ].

4.1.1. Use the suggested defaults and click [ Install ].
4.1.2. When the installation is finished, click [ Launch ].
4.1.3. Use the suggested Workspace and click [ Launch ].



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