NetBeans is a free and open source Integrated Development Environment (IDE) designed in Java. Although it is mainly used by Java developers, it is used for developing mobile and web applications using HTML, PHP, C and C++. It can be used on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris and some other operating systems. The latest stable release of NetBeans, NetBeans IDE 8.0, has been released and this article will guide you to install NetBeans 8.0 in your Ubuntu/Linux Mint systems.
InstallationStep 1: Download the appropriate package - x86 (for 32 Bit systems) or x64 (for 64 Bit systems) from the source given below:
cd ~/Downloads chmod 777 jdk-8-nb-8-linux-*.shStep 3: Run the executable.
sh jdk-8-nb-8-linux-*.shThis will start the installation wizard graphically. Follow the guidelines and find NetBeans 8.0 installed on your system.
To remove NetBeans 8.0,
cd ~/Downloads sh uninstall.sh