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I have installed Net-beans on a Ubuntu Machine. The Net-beans is used to connect to database and other resources in the Ubuntu machine. It's working fine.

2-3 users have to work on the code base in the Ubuntu machine just mentioned, So I have to create 2-3 different users in the Ubuntu machine. Each of these users access the machine using remote desktop access.

How do I make different instances of Net-beans available to different users so that they can access the different instances simultaneous?

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2-3 users have to work on the code base in the Ubuntu machine - this is bizarre unless your remote terminals are dumb terminals. Why can't you simply use version control with the remote terminals checking out the codebase in their own Netbeans workspaces? – Vineet Reynolds Sep 13 '11 at 13:37

You need SVN: check out this link .

If you need to access simultaneously to the same project, this is by far the best choice. However you will need to have NetBeans installed on the developers' PCs

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