|Installing Google Plugin for Eclipse Juno in Ubuntu|
- Download Eclipse Juno for Linux.
- Download the Android sdk for Linux and extract it.
- Download the latest archive of Google Plugins of Eclipse. Just download and unzip it, don't proceed to installation.
- Download the App Engine SDK for Java.
- We are done with all the offline downloads possible. Now we move on to the installation part. It's a cake-walk if you follow the following steps 'in sequence'.
- Start Eclipse, then go to Help> Install New Software
- Click the Add button.
- In the dialog box that appears add the url below as the Location with the Name field as "ADT Plugin"
- Follow the instruction and complete the installation of all the offered packages.
- Restart eclipse and go to Window > Preferences > Android > SDK Location and browse to the url where you extracted the Android sdk for Linux ( in step 2 ). Close the window.
- Open the Android SDK Manager from the toolbar ( the icon with the android's head and a down arrow ). Install the Android SDK Platform - Tools and any one of the Android Version APIs ( I installed Android 4.1 ).
- When you are done you can follow the remaining steps Google Plugins Install from Archive Guide.
- After that open eclipse and choose Window > Preferences > Google > App Engine > Add Set the path to the App Engine SDK package we downloaded in Step 4 and press 'Ok'.
That's it and you are done!References
Tutorial to Install Android SDK In Ubuntu.