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JAVA IDE for Unix

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Does anyone have any suggestions for a good IDE for the UNIX platform ?

Thanks in advance!
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I tried Sun's Java Workshop - it's pretty nice.  The only limitation is it's only running on Sun Solaris.
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I have tried Sun's Java Workshop.  Is there anything else that would be recommended ?
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Excellent site.  
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