Quick-Start with Maven 3.X on Xubuntu 13.10 Saucy
You are Welcome! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install and Getting-Started with Apache Maven 3.x on Xubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander i386/amd64 Linux Desktop.
Sure that the Apache Maven is also in the Ubuntu Apt Repositories, but if You want to be Certain of Getting-Installed Right the Latest Maven Release then Follow this Tutorial…
The Apache Maven 3 SetUp Require a Working Java JDK 8+ Installation, so You will Find Link to Installing Oracle Java JDK on Xubuntu.
Maven calls its build scripts Project Object Model (POM) files. These POM files are in XML, and each Maven project or module will have an accompanying pom.xml file.
A Project Management Tool such as Maven provides a Superset of features found in a Build Tool.
But in Addition to providing Build capabilities, Maven can also Run Reports, Generate a Web Site, and Managig Communication among members of a Working Team.
Download Apache Maven 3.x Binaries
Maven bin.tar.gz for Xubuntu
Open Terminal Window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Double-Click/Right-Click on Archive and Extract into /tmp
Or from Shell:
tar xvzf apache-maven*.tar.gz -C /tmp/
Verify that JDK 8+ is Installed on System
How to Install Oracle JDK 8+ on XubuntuInstall Oracle JDK for Xubuntu
Relocate Maven Binaries
If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo
sudo chown -R root:root /tmp/apache-maven*
mv /tmp/apache-maven* /opt/
Add Maven Binaries to User Path
Ctrl+X to Save and Exit from “nano” :)
Load New SetUp:
Test Maven Installation
Quick-Start with Maven Projects ManagementMaven Quick Start Guide
Quick-Start with Eclipse Java Developers on Xubuntu