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How to: develop/test code on CDH4 Quickstart VM in a Windows environment

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How to: develop/test code on CDH4 Quickstart VM in a Windows environment

New Contributor

Hello,
Once I download and run the CDH4 VM (which runs CentOS) on my Windows box how do I develop, build, test code in the VM?
Should I:
- Install Eclipse on the VM
- Run Eclipse on Windows, copy the code to the VM
- Something else

I'm mentally missing the "how do I go from the newly downloaded VM to developing code using an IDE" step.

- What's the standard recommendation?
- How do other on this forum manage the develop-build-deploy-execute step using the CDH4 VM on a Windows box?

Thanks


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Re: How to: develop/test code on CDH4 Quickstart VM in a Windows environment

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Re: How to: develop/test code on CDH4 Quickstart VM in a Windows environment

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Hi Robert,

 

The VM already contains Eclipse (see shortcut on desktop). Does that help?

Re: How to: develop/test code on CDH4 Quickstart VM in a Windows environment

New Contributor

Hello -- yes this helps.

I haven't powered up the VM yet (just downloaded it) and thought it contained only the N (9 or so) projects such as Hadoop, Hive, Flume, etc.

Is there a list available of the other ancillary programs (Eclipse, maybe build tools, etc) that are installed?

 

Thanks,

Robert

Re: How to: develop/test code on CDH4 Quickstart VM in a Windows environment

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Re: How to: develop/test code on CDH4 Quickstart VM in a Windows environment

New Contributor

Thank you -- just what I was looking for