How to set Javahome environment variable
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Hi at all, I'm installing maven with this command :
sudo apt-get install maven
but i get this error : Warning: JAVA_HOME environment variable is not set.
My question is : how can i set this variable ?
If i write this command whereis java i get this output : java: /usr/bin/java /etc/java /usr/bin/X11/java /usr/share/java /usr/share/man/man1/java.1.gz
Help me !
Ubuntu: where is javahome environment variable stored
location: linuxexchange.com - date: June 23, 2013
I have installed java by these commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install oracle-java7-installer
sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-7-oracle
If I understood properly these commands above garantee that java will update automatically.
I have been using Eclipse, STS and Tomcat successfully, then I believe that java is properly installed with its environments.
But I want to know where is the java_home environment. I tried:
gedit /etc/environment I found:
whereis java (I believe that this is just a file find)
java: /usr/bin/java /usr/bin/X11/java /usr/share/java /usr/share/man/man1/java.1.gz
gedit ~/.pam_environment But it is completely empty
gedit ~/.bashrc and after gedit .profile (I believe that this is just script files that run while starting linux). But I didn't find any s
How to correctly set the JAVAHOME environment variable?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
on a tutorial (related to a product) it is shown hot to set the JAVA_HOME environment variable on a Linux Ubuntu system, in this way:
echo "JAVA_HOME=\"/usr/lib/jvm/default-java\"" | sudo tee -a /etc/environment
I have some trivial doubts:
1) What exactly is the JAVA_HOME environment variable and for what is it used?
From what I have understand it is something like a link to the JVM setted into the operating system that is used from the servlet container\application server to know where the JVM is and so it can be used. Is this assertion true or am I missing something? Exist some other purpose of this environment variable?
2) In the tutorial it is shown that the path of this environment variable is:
but into my system I have something different, infact into the /usr/lib/jvm/ path I have not the default-java directory but I have a path like this:
that contains the following directories:
How to set PATH
How do I set PATH environment variable?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 1, 2003
I'm trying to install a program, but I get the message
"No Java virtual machine could be found from your PATH
environment variable. You must install a VM prior to
running this program."
I have already installed JVM. So my question is: how do I set the path so I can install the program?
how to set LDLIBRARYPATH environment variable
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 25, 2005
i have a quick question, i was trying to install xine and followed the website's instruction to install xine-lib first and then xine-ui. i installed xine-lib-1.0.1 and i think everything went fine. then i tried to install xine-ui-0.99.3 and getting the following message
checking for xine-config... /usr/local/bin/xine-config
checking for XINE-LIB version >= 1.0.0... no
*** Could not run XINE test program, checking why...
*** The test program compiled, but did not run. This usually means
*** that the run-time linker is not finding XINE or finding the wrong
*** version of XINE. If it is not finding XINE, you'll need to set your
*** LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable, or edit /etc/ld.so.conf to point
*** to the installed location Also, make sure you have run ldconfig if that
*** is required on your system
*** If you have an old version installed, it is best to remove it, although
*** you may also be able to get things to work by modifying LD_LIBRARY_PATH
How to set an environment variable?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 22, 2003
Pls. help, I just installed visualworks on Red hat. At the end got this instructions to set an environment variable name VISUALWORKS to the value: /usr/local/vw7 in the appropriate unix startup file.
PLS. TELL ME, HOW DO I DO THAT?
Thank you in advance.
Setting the JAVAHOME environment variable in Ubuntu
location: linuxexchange.com - date: April 17, 2014
I'm pretty new on ubuntu, at some point in the terminal I'm running:
mortar local:illustrate pigscripts/retail-recsys.pig purchase_input -f params/retail.params
but I have this following error:
A suitable java installation could not be found. If you already have java installed
please set your JAVA_HOME environment variable before continuing. Otherwise, a
suitable java installation will need to be added to your local system.
On OSX run javac from the command line. This will intiate the installation. For
Linux systems please consult the documentation on your relevant package manager.
But I'm pretty sure I have Java, so please how can I set my JAVA_HOME environment variable?
How to set an environment variable only for the duration of the script?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 19, 2011
On Linux (Ubuntu 11.04) in bash, is it possible to temporarily set an environment variable that will only be different from the normal variable for the duration of the script? For example, in a shell script, making an app that saves to HOME portable by temporarily setting HOME to a folder in the present working directory, and then launching the app.
Set Java environment variable problem on ubuntu
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 13, 2009
I got a message "No Java virtual machine could be found from your PATH
environment variable. You must install a VM prior to
running this program." Does anyone know how set up it correctly? Thanks!
How to set TERM environment variable for linux shell
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 28, 2014
I've got very odd problem when I set export TERM=xterm-256color in ~/.bash_profile. When I try to run nano or emacs I get the following errors.
.rror opening terminal: xterm-256color
is not defined.type xterm-256color
If that is not the actual type of terminal you have,
use the Bourne shell command `TERM=... export TERM' (C-shell:
`setenv TERM ...') to specify the correct type. It may be necessary
to do `unset TERMINFO' (C-shell: `unsetenv TERMINFO') as well.
If I manually enter the following into the shell it works
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