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Old 31st December 2008, 06:36 PM
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What's up with Fedora 10 / Netbeans?

It's really good that Netbeans is now part of the deal!
It's not at all good that many necessary bits are missing - ie: Tomcat, Glassfish, ...

Installing the Tomcat plugin does not install Tomcat. Tomcat installed with yum does not have the necessary scripts to integrate with Netbeans.

Has anyone worked this out?

Should I just nuke the whole thing and install Netbeans, Tomcat, ... seperately?

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