In this article about Sun, the author talks about how using a Sun network meant that you could log onto any computer on a network and all of your personal tools and settings would be there. Is it possible to set up something like that with a Windows network? How about Linux?
I am working on other's pc. I got a problem. I put the export sentence in the user's ~/.bashrc and root's ~/.bashrc. So when I type java -version either in user account or root account in the terminal, it works correctly. But when I type sudo java -version, the error appears, it cannot find the java. I am really confused. Is sudo different from directly using root account? How to set java environment when I type sudo in user account?
We are working on a project to create a display wall of 8 monitors arranged as 2 high by 4 wide. Each monitor is connected to a single machine and all machines are networked with a master machine with its own, seperate monitor.
Our goal is to get the 8 machines to share a single desktop, with the master machine acting as the server. We have looked at using Xinerama or NMM, but we are unsure about how to get started configuring the multi-machine, multi-head display.
I tried a lot but I can' t enable java in firefox. I' ve installed java jre 1.6.20, I created symbolic shorcut to .mozilla/plugins directory but it doesn' t work. By the way /plugins directory wasn' esixt and i created it in .mozilla dir. I use opensuse 11.2 and firefox 3.6.3.
OS: Centos 5.5_x86 I've searched quite a bit for how to set up Java environment variables with the newest java JDK. I installed java using the following commands: yum groupinstall "java development" (I need it for the application I am trying to run) yum install "java" I have them both installed however I can't seem to get java to function. The application I am trying to run requires that I set java environment variables any solutions?
i have added a tomcat startup service using chkconfig. I have set up JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME as well ass alternatives to point to the correct location.I have an init script in /etc/init.d. When i start the tomcat service using [ /etc/init.d/<x> start ] everything works fine and the environment variables for JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME are used correctly.Now i added the service <x> using chkconfig --add so that it can start on boot up. But now the service does not use the system environment variable for JAVA and JRE setup by me.Also after complete bootup if i try to start the service using [ service <x> start] the environment variable in the shell are not used. don't want to exclusively declare variables for JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME in the init script.
Some files are generating in my Documents folder named hs_err_pid4214.log ........ different logs files are generated. I put the contents of one of them: Code: A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment: SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x00007f1714b33e30, pid=4214, tid=139736470193920 JRE version: 6.0_24-b07 Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (19.1-b02 mixed mode linux-amd64 compressed oops) Problematic frame: C [libsvllx.so+0x82e30] _ZN26SvNumberFormatsSupplierObj18SetNumberFormatterEP17SvNumberFormatter+0x0 # If you would like to submit a bug report, please visit: [URL]. The crash happened outside the Java Virtual Machine in native code. See problematic frame for where to report the bug.
Just did a fresh install of 8.04 on wifes laptop (Inspiron 1521) as it has been a nightmare getting things to work with it's hardware and 8.04 seems to have the least issues. Did the first section of the Comprehensive Multimedia and Video Howto stickied at the top of this forum, then dled minecraft to test things out. Heres the terminal readout
My firefox can't auto install java runtime evnviroment. I have try manual download at http://java.com/en/download/linux_manual.jsp?locale=en&host=java.com (Linux x64), and I have set up it follow intruction. But it is not effect. My contribution: Centos release 5.6(Final) Molliza: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux x86_64; en-US; rv:126.96.36.199) Gecko/20110429 CentOS/3.6-1.el5.centos Firefox/3.6.17
I am trying to install the Matlab 7.5 compiled runtime for 64-bit Linux (MCRInstaller.75.glnxa64.bin) and keep getting a "No Java Runtime Environment(JRE) was found on this system." error message.
I understand the JRE is bundled with MCRInstaller and will self-compile/install. However, I don't have admin access, could this be the source of the problem? If so, how could I fix it (not sure how to direct it to install locally without going into the source code)?
I got around this error before, but stupid me didn't write down what I did and I forgot.
installing the software BluePad, which allows a user to control their desktop environment with a Java-enabled mobile phone. I am still adjusting to Fedora (and some other Linux distros) from Windows and I am unfamiliar with installing and executing software programs. Also, if you could also include any pre-requirements involved in the installation..
I am a newbie to Linux. I tried setting environment variable using export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.6 but that was not permanent (i.e is was there for that terminal session). I want to know how can i set environment variable permanently in Fedora 13 just like we do in windows.After google search, some user suggested to edit bashrc and profile file for setting environment variables but above file contains some shell programs.
I have installed IE6 [URL] On IE6 Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Shockwave Player 8.0 & Real Player 10.5 are working fine. When I tried to embed J2SE-Runtime Environment-1.5_17 by clicking 'Windows 98 & Windows ME Online'
---> 'open' ---> 'Modify' ---> 'Installation Completed' ---> 'Finish', i hoped that
everything will be fine. However, after closing the browser and restarting it I found that jre has not been installed on IE6. Incidentally the same thing occurred on debian-4.0r0-i386-netinstall.iso OS.
i want to install whole machine through desktop environment so i want to install ubuntu-desktop but after i want to remove so how can i do so completely remove it after? i am trying to install ACE URL..How to even configure? When i do basic procedures like mkdir build cd build ../configure is says bad interpreter and after i fix this it says something about config.dab or something like that.
After upgrading to Natty, I noticed that the Wallpaper plugin from Compiz was gone (I've been using KDE for about 1 1/2 years, so I may just be out of the GNOME loop). Is there any way to get multiple wallpapers in Compiz anymore? I'm running Compiz 0.9.4
I use Debian Squeeze and I have the following desktop environment installed: fluxbox, lxde, openbox and icewm. I make login in text mode and I start X using startx command manually in terminal. When I do that, fluxbox is loaded, because my ~/.xinitrc is configured this way:
And "%session" is the variable value (fluxbox/lxde/openbox/icewm) chosen during the graphical login. This script works with Slim, but I want to login in a non-graphical mode. Could I use this script somehow to do a non-graphical login using startx? Is there some way that I could run startx with some parameter that it would pass the "%session" value to .xinitrc?
I have several xen virtual machines but the issue is occurring only on the one of them. Sometimes (4 times per month) the server hung. I can ping this server on the network but I am not able to login to server using local console or ssh session.
I sounds like the issue is caused by some Java application. But I am not sure is this message is related to root cause or the Java is impacted as a result of issue.
Could you help me with this? I need more details regarding error message described below and I also need to identify the root cause and resolve the issue. Is there any way how to determine which Java application is causing this issue?
The main problem is that the software was developed about 15 years ago and is incompatible with the most current version of Java. I would like to know how to install an older version of Java so that I can use it with just this one application, without changing the version of Java that I use for everything else.