Fedora/How To/Install NetBeans Platform/RPM Package Manager

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* Type the following commands in the terminal: <pre>$ su -</pre><pre># rpm -ivh $PACKAGE_FILE</pre>
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* Type the following commands in the terminal: <pre>$ su -</pre><pre># rpm -ivh $PACKAGE_FILE</pre> where ''$PACKAGE_FILE'' is specified according to the [http://linux.die.net/man/8/rpm RPM Package Manager man page]: "... the PACKAGE_FILE can be either rpm binary file or ASCII package manifest (see PACKAGE SELECTION  OPTIONS), and may  be  specified  as  an ftp or http URL, in which case the package will be downloaded before being installed. ..."
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According to the [http://linux.die.net/man/8/rpm RPM Package Manager man page] "... the PACKAGE_FILE can be either rpm binary file or ASCII package manifest (see PACKAGE SELECTION  OPTIONS), and may  be  specified  as  an ftp or http URL, in which case the package will be downloaded before being installed. ..."
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Revision as of 05:32, 13 February 2010

How to install the NetBeans Platform via the RPM Package Manager on Fedora?

Prerequisites

  • Fedora 10 or later.
  • An RPM binary package file of the NetBeans Platform is accessible for the RPM Package Manager.
    Note, a name pattern of the NetBeans Platform RPM binary package is:
    netbeans-platform-%{nb_ver}-%{pkg_release}.%{fc_ver}.noarch.rpm
    E.g.
    netbeans-platform-6.8-2.fc13.noarch.rpm

Actions

  • Type the following commands in the terminal:
    $ su -
    # rpm -ivh $PACKAGE_FILE
    where $PACKAGE_FILE is specified according to the RPM Package Manager man page: "... the PACKAGE_FILE can be either rpm binary file or ASCII package manifest (see PACKAGE SELECTION OPTIONS), and may be specified as an ftp or http URL, in which case the package will be downloaded before being installed. ..."
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