maven2 on ubuntu java home is not defined correctly
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I have problem to use maven from ubuntu server 13.10 64bit.
I am getting following error (even when I type mvn -version):
Error: JAVA_HOME is not defined correctly.
We cannot execute /usr/lib/jvm/jdk//bin/java
But when I type java -version I get:
java version "1.7.0_51"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_51-b13)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 24.51-b03, mixed mode)
I have no idea where can be the problem, especially because I have used maven without any problems before I've installed hadoop 2.2.
Thank you in advance for any help.
Arch vs Ubuntu Server for Home Server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 13, 2012
What do you guys recommend?
I've had both installed on my Home Server, and I've had problems on both.
Arch is currently going through some weird conflicts whenever I try to install software or upgrade Pacman. Arch is a fast boot and instant response to SSH requests.
Ubuntu Server (10.04) works, but is much much slower booting, and responding to initial SSH requests and log-ins.
I primarily use the machine headless, but I did have a DE availble in my Arch install.
Would you guys recommend Ubuntu 12.04 for the server, or just reinstalling Arch?
Ubuntu Server Vs. Ubuntu Desktop for home file server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 2, 2010
I'm new to this site and thought i'd start off by saying that I'm new to linux but trying to figure everything out. Next let me explain what I'd like to do. I have both windows (xp and win7) and mac (osx snow leopard) running on my network. I'd like to find a unified system that I could use as a file server. Mainly, I'd like to have it hold music and movies, maybe run some automated backups from a win 7 desktop. I'd also like it to be a print server. I'd like to run the most simple and lightest weight OS for the server os. However, I don't think I have the basic linux knowledge to run Ubuntu Server as it is terminal based. I have installed it on my machine but I feel like im running in circles. I have it installed and can SSH in with my laptop no problem. I feel like I may be better off installing Ubuntu Desktop and removing what I dont need.
Any help / tutorials / anything woudl be greatly appreciated. If someone could give some examples of what they've done or
configuring ubuntu for apache home server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 16, 2008
hi all.My setup at present is a hp pavillion dv2000 laptop running ubuntu 6.10 edgy eft that is connected to a router which in turn is connected to a cable modem.The router dynamically assigns my ip address from its pool of addresses.Am i right in thinking that i need to configure ubuntu and the router to use a static ip address in order for me to receive inbound requests for apache and to enable stable port forwarding from the router?.Therefore Please could someone tell me how to configure ubuntu-6.10 edgy to come up on the same static address for every boot.I mean the file(s) to put the static address in and the syntax for that file or failing that a way to configure this via a GUI.
Also if static(or is that sticky)dhcp is easier or preferable could someone tell me how to configure that.
Thankx in advance
How to manual install ubuntu (root , boot , home , swap)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 31, 2012
i have a netbook 1,33 ghz 1 gb ram and i tried installing ubuntu 12.04 and the result was a screen divided in two screens one purple and one tha was contaning the desktop but it was barely watchable . I asked my friend and told me to download 32 bits but i don't know where can i find them
furthermore i want someone to explain to me
1)during the ubuntu installation when you create partiotions what should be the type of its partition . example etx4,ext2
2)the size of its partition
I hear suggestions
where is java's home dir?...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 30, 2009
how do i find the home dir of java on my machine?
i am using 8.10.
Re install Ubuntu but keep /home
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 7, 2010
I made a massive cockup when installing Windows 7 to a seperate partition on my hard drive and as a result of my attempting to fix GRUB I can now no longer boot into anything apart from the live cd.
I was wondering if there was a guide I could follow to show me how to reinstall Ubuntu but keep my /home folder which is on a seperate partition?
Failing that what is the best way to make a backup of my home folder and then wipe /home and /root and start again?
Ubuntu 10.04 Home Server Setup
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 1, 2011
This tutorial is to setup a home server with ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
After many hours trawling through different tutorials and manuals (many old and out of date) I thought someone else might be in the same boat as me, so I wrote everything down and thought I’d post here for anyone who might wont it. I hope it helps.
My main aim was to get the internet to pass through the server and to share some media files over the network. Having the internet pass through the server has a few advantages as well as drawbacks. The use of nat and having a good firewall and filtering can give you a bit better security and control but there are some down sides like needing the computer on all the time and a little bit more hardware in another NIC (Network Interface Card). There are many more arguments both for and against so I wont try to sell you ether way this is just how I like it.
The basic things your server will need for this tutorial
Freshly installed ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64-bit (I don
Use desktop ubuntu as a home server?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2014
I'm using Windows 8 as a home server on an ssd with 4 separate HDDs (extended) and can access this machine from 3 other Win/Mac machines. I'm not a network person, just figured out how to do the "share" thing in windows.
I'd like to try this with Ubuntu. Can I install Ubunbtu on the ssd and "share" the 4 ntfs hard drives? Do I have to format them to ext4?
Hope this makes sense.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 1, 2009
I already have flash up and running with Google Chrome (not chromium) for Ubuntu. Now I need to know how I get it to run Java. Anyone know how?
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