using apache commons File Utilities

I am having a hard time getting the apache common IO File Utilities working.  I am using Eclipse on RedHat linux. It's a little old -- Eclipse Platform  Version: 3.6.1 (2010).  Could an expert give me detailed instructions to get this working?  Please include stuff like... what exactly to download and where, how to add it to the build path, how to get intellisense working, etc.  At this point, although I thought I did it right, my import statements are not valid, and I have no intellisense working for apache file utilities.
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gurpsbassiCommented:
Sounds like a build path issue.

Are you using any dependancy manager like Maven?

If not, simply download https://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-io/download_io.cgi

Then put in your project under libs and fix up your eclipse build path.
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