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From Serge Blazhiyevskyy <Serge.Blazhiyevs...@nice.com>
Subject Re: Hadoop in Eclipse
Date Mon, 07 May 2012 22:45:14 GMT
Here is the link to cloudera binaries


Download the file that starts with hadoop

Also, I have some basic instructions on my blog:


Good luck!

On 5/7/12 3:40 PM, "Wilson Wayne - wwilso" <Wayne.Wilson@acxiom.com> wrote:

>Thanks for the quick response.  To show just how new I am to all this,
>where would I be able to download those libraries or find them if the
>maven build created them?  Also, would I only need the MapReduce ones or
>all of them.  Would I need the Hadoop-core.jar that doesn't appear to be
>on my system anywhere?
>Sorry for the very basic, newbie questions.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Serge Blazhiyevskyy [mailto:Serge.Blazhiyevskyy@nice.com]
>Sent: Monday, May 07, 2012 5:15 PM
>To: common-user@hadoop.apache.org; core-user@hadoop.apache.org
>Subject: Re: Hadoop in Eclipse
>If you want to test your mapper and reducers in eclipse, you can just
>link with hadoop libraries in project settings.
>From: Wilson Wayne - wwilso
>Date: Mon, 7 May 2012 16:10:17 -0600
>To: "core-user@hadoop.apache.org<mailto:core-user@hadoop.apache.org>"
>Subject: Hadoop in Eclipse
>I'm new to Hadoop and am trying to get it setup in Eclipse.  I'm
>following the "Working with Hadoop under Eclipse" wiki to do this.  First
>let me make sure this will do what I am hoping it will do.  I'm not so
>much interested in modifying the Hadoop code itself (although I may in
>the not too distant future).  I'm more looking to be able to code and
>test mappers and reducers in Eclipse and leverage the debugging and other
>tools in Eclipse in that process.  If that's not what the wiki is
>describing than let me know that and ignore my issue.  If there is a way
>to do this, would you please point me to where I can find the
>instructions.  If this is what the wiki is describing than I have an
>issue I need help with.
>I've followed the directions on the Wiki and even worked through a couple
>of issues by searching the archive.  However, now I've hit an error that
>while I did find it in the archive, the fix that was presented is not
>fixing my issue.  After importing all the projects, I get a build error:
>"Project 'MapReduceTools' is missing required library:
>'lib/hadoop-core.jar'".  I've added the M2_REPO variable as someone
>suggested in the archive where I found this error once.  That hasn't
>fixed or even changed the error.  I've looked in my maven repository
>(c:\Users\wwilso\.m2\repository) and there is not a "Hadoop-core.jar"
>anywhere in the repository that windows explorer can find.  In fact,
>windows explorer can't find a "Hadoop-core.jar" anywhere on my c:\ drive.
>I did my build using the directions from the wiki (got source using git
>in cygwin and then executing the two maven commands in cywgin).  I did
>use the patch for the "scripts/saveVersion.sh" not found error to resolve
>that issue.  That's the only thing I have changed from the wiki or code.
>Using Maven-3.0.4, ant-1.8.3, and protobuf-2.4.1.  Anyone have any ideas?
> Thanks in advance.
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