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SAM_R_2
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SGX Eclipse plugin in Linux SDK

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Hi,

I need to know what added value of SGX Eclipse plugin provides in SGX. because I didn't see any SGX related properties or wizards within eclipse.

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Hi Sam,

Added value the SGX Eclipse plugin provides below, 

The Intel(R) Software Guard Extensions Eclipse* Plug-in for Linux* OS helps the enclave developer to maintain enclaves and untrusted related code inside Eclipse* C/C++ projects.

This section contains steps to set up your Intel(R) Software Guard Extensions Eclipse* Plugin on a Linux* system, including necessary softwares, steps to install the product, and steps to configure your preferred product directory. 

Please find the below link for more reference in "Install Intel(R) Software Guard Extensions Eclipse* Plug-in" section

https://01.org/sites/default/files/documentation/intel_sgx_sdk_installation_guide_for_linux_os.pdf  

-Surenthar

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Hi Sam,

Added value the SGX Eclipse plugin provides below, 

The Intel(R) Software Guard Extensions Eclipse* Plug-in for Linux* OS helps the enclave developer to maintain enclaves and untrusted related code inside Eclipse* C/C++ projects.

This section contains steps to set up your Intel(R) Software Guard Extensions Eclipse* Plugin on a Linux* system, including necessary softwares, steps to install the product, and steps to configure your preferred product directory. 

Please find the below link for more reference in "Install Intel(R) Software Guard Extensions Eclipse* Plug-in" section

https://01.org/sites/default/files/documentation/intel_sgx_sdk_installation_guide_for_linux_os.pdf  

-Surenthar

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SAM_R_2
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Thanks for your detailed information...

Esmond_L_
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Sam,

I had the same problem. We were able to resolve all those issues by installing Java 8 on Ubuntu. Once you do that, the SGX Eclipse Plugin preferences, context menus, and wizards will be available.

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer
sudo update-alternatives --config java

Good luck!

Esmond

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