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Make Eclipse run fast on Ubuntu 12.04

SDK Version: 
M3

0One thing which can be extremely annoying for developers is Eclipse. It can be a giant mess to run, and it doesn’t run well straight off the bat for users of Ubuntu 12.04. I share some of my tips to make it work really well for you.

Tip #1: Use the Oracle Java VM 7. It’s amazing how much different this is compared with Version 6 of either the official, or OpenJDK versions.

How to set up Eclipse with Android SDK on Ubuntu linux 9.04/9.10 (updated)

SDK Version: 
M3

In my first tutorial i will show you how to set up Eclipse 3.5 with Android Development Tools (ADT) on Ubuntu 9.04.

Before we can install the Android SDK, we must install Java. First we open a new terminal window (Applications > Accessories > Terminal).

To install Java, type:

sudo apt-get install sun-java6-bin 

If you are on a x86_64 system, you also must install ia32-libs:
 

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

For Ubuntu 9.10 users:

In my first tutorial i will show you how to set up Eclipse 3.5 with Android Development Tools (ADT) on Ubuntu 9.04.

Before we can install the Android SDK, we must install Java. First we open a new terminal window (Applications > Accessories > Terminal).

To install Java, type:

sudo apt-get install sun-java6-bin 

If you are on a x86_64 system, you also must install ia32-libs:
 

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

For Ubuntu 9.10 users:

Install eclipse from apt-sources, so open a terminal, then:

sudo apt-get install eclipse

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