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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Eclipse plugin

  • #52315
    Alex Um
    Participant

    Hard worked for several days, still not work. I used ambari to install hadoop2.2(4 nodes on 4 PC with centos 6.5).Trying to compile the plugin by ant, but seems not successful,seems the directory of hadoop not valid.So tried to download one hadoop-eclipse-plugin-2.2.0.jar and place under the folder of eclipse(kepler)plugin, but seems still cannot connect as attached. Any suggestion, thanks.

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  • #52607
    Sanjeev
    Moderator

    Alex,

    Can you point me to the eclipse plugin you are using?

    Thanks
    Sanjeev

    #52650
    Alex Um
    Participant

    thanks, solved.

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