David Jamison wrote:
> Im getting so frustrated here!
>> Im trying to do two things at once at the moment firstly Im undertaking
> justify the time and effort put into it. On the other hand either or
> both might have been exactly what was required and therefore I lose out!
>> 1. Does anyone know how I could quickly get either Kvim or JEdit up and
If you downloaded the jedit jar
, your can just run
java -jar jedit*.jar
This will install jedit into your home directory by default. All this is
documented on the jedit website here..
> 2. Is there anything actually better (easier) than KVim or JEdit. The
> former for editing Java Files and the Latter as a graphical environment
> for Java development
You might like Eclipse for java development. www.eclipse.org or
netbeans. Eclipse a BIG application, not a lightweight editior like vim
> 3. Is there anything Im specifically missing in terms of installation
> of software in Linux?
There are several package management tools that really simplify
installling software on linux. yast, rpm, apt-get etc/ etc.
On fedora check out rpm and yum .. http://www.fedorafaq.org/
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