Installing the Eclipse IDE on Linux Mint 18

If you’ve ever had to do anything with Java, you’ve most probably heard of the Eclipse IDE. If not, consider it your free and open-source one-stop shop for Java development. However, it’s not just that – via its thousands of plugins and modules you can develop in just about any popular language on it and so much more. Considering all that, there is a pretty big chance that you will want to install and use it so let’s take a look at how to do just that.

With previous versions, installing Eclipse included creating and modifying desktop files, moving things around and generally a lot of steps you could get wrong. With Eclipse Oxygen, however, you will find that to be in the past since we now have access to a nifty installer that walks you through the process.


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