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Creating short cut for JDeveloper in Linux

This time its a very basic post for those who switched to Linux and wants to use JDeveloper ;)
How to create desk top short cut for JDeveloper in Linux. Steps are here:

1.Go to folder where you installed JDeveloper and then locate /jdeveloper/jdev/bin/bin folder. Ensure you have script addjdevtodesktop  in this folder.
2.Open a terminal window from the above folder and build an executable  by typing  the following in the terminal :
    chmod +x addjdevtodesktop
3.Run the above executable by typing the following in the same terminal window


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