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How to install HelloNZB on Linux

 If you’re a Linux user in need of a good Usenet app and aren’t happy with the existing apps out there, consider checking out HelloNZB. It’s a Java-based NZB client that is relatively user-friendly and simple to use. In this guide, we will show you how to install the HelloNZB …

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How to install Apache Netbeans on Linux

Apache Netbeans is an IDE for Java developed by the Apache Software Foundation. If you’re a Linux user that works on Java apps, you’ll likely need to know how to install this app. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up Apache Netbeans on all major Linux distributions. …

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How to install the Eclipse Java IDE on Linux

Eclipse is the leading Java IDE for developers on Linux. It’s not hard to see why, as the app is filled with dozens of features, including support for Java, JSF, various XML editing tools, and even Git source control integrations. The Eclipse tool is open source, and available for download …

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