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By josephgeorge on Feb 13, 2007
Did you know that? Thanks to a blog entry by Dave. There is one another distro which carries NetBeans. But, that distro is no longer updated, and seems to carry a pretty old version of netbeans.
Here are some of the comments on Dave's blog which talk about.
4. Miki800 | February 11th, 2007 at 3:29 am
googled and stumbled on this page…} oh wow, this is the first live-cd
I’ve encountered since Pollix (which hasnt been updated since 2004 or
so) that has NetBeans [my top fav IDE] in it! :D
so happy now that I know it exist! I will download it right away,
hopefully it will work swiftly in my collage’s comps labs
I can use NetBeans faster and better then the slow pace I have to
suffer when I use it at the lab under \*caugh\* M$ \*caugh\* XP
am kind of used to linux since I’ve been using it now for 3 monthes or
so everyday so I hope that solaris isnt all that different and hard, I
hurummz… say, if u guys know any better NetBeans Oriented LiveCD OS/\* mind sending me an email?
5. zencin | February 11th, 2007 at 6:00 am
Good to know that you found this blog entry helpful. This is the only
Live CD/DVD that I know of has NetBeans 5.5. Have fun with Belenix DVD
and let me know if you have a better luck with Belenix for recognizing
your college’s computers.
6. Miki800 | February 12th, 2007 at 3:35 am
wait, you mean to tell me that Belenix DVD is the only Belenix released
versions that has NetBeans built-in in it? as in - the LiveCD CD and
USB versions doesnt has NB on’em?or.. do they? cause… in my labs, each
comp has a cd drive and 2 USB slots, so the 2 latters are my only
options of Belenix
7. zencin | February 12th, 2007 at 7:31 am
Belenix DVD edition probably is the only one out of 3 Belenix editions
that has NetBeans. There are other out-dated Linux live CDs that has an
older version of NetBeans. I also found out that Solaris Developer
Express also has NetBeans 5.5 bundled. However, it will require
installation (i.e. not a Live CD/DVD) (source: http://www.opensolaris.org/jive/thread.jspa?messageID=76940)
If the computer has USB 2.0 ports, then you can always install Netbeans
on an USB flash memory stick and use it with any live USB or live CD.
Hope this helps.
- Sunray & IP Phone
- InfoWorld on opensource in the storage world
- BeleniX download is a really a torrent now!
- Code for Freedom, India 2007 in Netbeans Pod Cast
- Top 10 IT Employers in India - Sun Microsystems
- India says no to OOXML!
- Singapore Airlines puts Linux and StarOffice in every seat
- BeleniX - LiveUSB - session/data persistence is here!
- Dtrace Tech Talk by Bryan Cantrill on Google Video
- Code for Freedom, India 2007