Java has always been a great choice for developers because of its high demand in the software industry. In the past, we have put together a list of the 10 Best Java IDEs for Linux. It included many popular Java IDEs and one of those is Eclipse.

Eclipse is the most popular IDE(Integrated Development Environment). It is designed for Java so it has a ton of features for the rapid development of Java applications.

In this article, we will know how to install Eclipse in Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution.

How to install Eclipse in Ubuntu?

For most Linux distributions, the Eclipse installer should be available in the distros’ default repositories. So you can simply open up the software center and search ‘Eclipse’ and you should have it to install.

Hit the install button and the software center will install Eclipse IDE with all the dependencies. Now open the eclipse from the application menu.
If your Linux distro does not have software center, you can use Synaptic
If you are using Linux distro based on Fedora or Arch, then you can use default package manager to install Eclipse. For example, Fedora uses dnf package manager or CentOS uses yum or Arch uses pacman.

Install Eclipse from source code

It is also possible that your Linux distribution’s repo does not have Eclipse installer. No problem! We can download the .tar file from Java website and install Eclipse IDE easily.

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