[SOLVED] Defining Java environment variables getting Freeplane to work
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 5, 2009
I've been using Freemind for a while, thought I'd try it's fork, Freeplane.
I'm on Debian Lenny. After some messing around, I got Java to go, verified at javatester.org.
But Freeplane does not fire up:
[SOLVED] Setting persistent environment variables for root user
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 10, 2012
To create persistent environment variables, I add the script file to /etc/profile.d directory, for example:
newbie: java, environment variables, eclipse
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 9, 2008
Finally decided to switch to Ubuntu. I am a starting java developer working under Windows and Eclipse. A bit confused about the setup steps and their diversity need to be done under linux, if anyone could suggest the best practices:
I suspect that the questions are most likely excessive and have been raised and explained a number of times before. Maybe there is a recommended tutorial that every aspiring developer should read. I am just confused by obundance of the materials and do not know which ones I should follow.
* I see that java leads to "/usr/bin/java" -> "/etc/alterm/java-6-openjdk/jre/bin/java". That means that I have OpenJDK as java as opposed to Java from SUN. What is the difference though? How could I install java from Sun and safely delete the OpenJDK so that no current applications stop working? Yeah, and I see
How to set Java environment variables on /etc/profile?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 22, 2015
I am trying to set up JDK environment variables so I can run IntelliJ IDEA IDE. I am new to Linux in general but googled and found that I needed both of these lines after the .bashrc file in Home:
However, I still received the same error that I need to point to a JDK when I tried to run the IDE. I then came across this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...g-desktop-link, where it says I need to place the above commands on /etc/profile. I found /etc/profile.d instead and I tried to add the commands after the bash_completion.sh file but I don't have write permissions so it could not save.
P.S. I am new to both programming and Linux (I have been told that programmers prefer UNIX systems so I might as well get used to it). I am currently learning my first programming language, Java. Any tips/advices regarding anything to do with learning/understanding Java/Lin
[SOLVED] persistance of environment variables
- date: July 27, 2008
I'm a bit new to Unix, and recently I discovered that after I set an environment variable in the shell, it seems to vanish after I run any program.
Here's an example:
:~$ env x=100
java db basic commands won't work even after setting environment variables
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 22, 2011
i just installed java db using the command line. everything was downloaded perfectly. tried to set the necessary environment variables. the derby home [path/to/javadb folder] and added this path to the PATH environment variable.
but when I hit dblook or sysinfo. it don't seem to understand the command I am trying to execute.
it suggests to install sysinfo, but a different one.
I am not really sure what I am missing right now. I hope you guys can help me.
[SOLVED] No Java runtime environment (JRE) error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 30, 2011
I am trying to install a .bin file for that it requires IBMJava2-AMD64-142-JRE-1.4.2-13.8.x86_64.rpm to be installed. I have installed this rpm but when i try to install .bin file, it complains that no JRE found. How to solve this. Thanks in advance!
[SOLVED] set environment variables $JAVAHOME
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 14, 2008
I am trying to set environment variables $JAVA_HOME
when I was using java5-jdk
I would set the jvm to...
and it would work
I have installed java6-jdk version "6-10-0ubuntu2" instead of java5
I tried to set the jvm to...
and it doesnt work... what am I missing?
in the terminal I wrote
java version "1.6.0_10"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_10-b33)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-BIT Server VM (build 11.0-b15, mixed mode)
[SOLVED] Setting environment variables (permanent)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 9, 2008
for some program I need to run, I need to set some environment variables. What I did was the following
There seems to be no need to export PATH...!?
Well, this worked fine, till I restarted. Next time in KUBUNTU A_VAR was gone, PATH set to defaults.
Don`t want to do this procedure every time I boot, so how can I make changes permanent?
[SOLVED] using ssh cant access applications off of host, problem with environment variables
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 20, 2010
I am using ssh on windows XP to remotely connect to a UNIX server that provides web application development services. The server is called snapper and is also designed to run computer-intensive engineering and GIS applications. I have been able to successful access the server. However, when I try to run an application I get an error message saying:
“Application initialization failed: no display name and no $DISPLAY environment variable
The ANSYS Launcher could not be started
The most likely reason is that your DISPLAY environment variable I either not set (i.e. issue setenv DISPLAY dev:0.0 where dev is your device name) or is set to a device that is not accepting the connection. “
I was hoping someone could explain to me what the DISPLAY environment variable is and how to set it. I’m grateful for any assistance.
Thanks in advance
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