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After installation of FC4, I found the machine would be halted when starting Eclipse 3.1 bundled with FC4. Then I planned to install Jbuilder 2005 and found that the LAX ...
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- 10-03-2005 #1
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- Oct 2005
Problems on Java in Fedora Core 4
It seems that the problem occurred in the OpenTools classes of Jbuilder, but I still doubt that the actual problem lies in the linux kernel. I downladed the latest stable kernel: 2.6.13 and installed it, but the problem remained.
Is there anyone who would help me to install my Jbuilder successfully or tell me how to solve the problem?
- 11-29-2006 #2
Not possible according to requirements
I was attempting to do the same thing, that is, install JBuilder Foundation 2005 for linux, and I was having troubles as well. On my system, I am running Fedora Core 6, and I was not able to install it because it could not find shared object files, which my system doesn't have. I looked into the requirements on the installation readme file, and it states that you must have "Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 3.0 with default GNOME or KDE desktop managers, or Sun JavaTM Desktop System Release 2" ( quoted straight from the file ). Well, I know I don't have Enterprise Linux 3.0 with default GNOME or KDE desktop managers.
As for the Sun Java Desktop System Release 2, currently Release 3 is available for Solaris 10, but not for Fedora Core 6, so it looks like we may be stymied on this one.
My solution to this problem is to learn a new IDE. I have used already, and really enjoy using Eclipse. I would suggest you check it out to do Java Development work.
- 11-29-2006 #3Originally Posted by huckphin
My solution to this problem is to learn a new IDE. I have used already, and really enjoy using Eclipse. I would suggest you check it out to do Java Development work.Registered Linux user #270181
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