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RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #34360] Mon, 13 April 2009 11:19 Go to next message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
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My question:
I've installed RSE.
No matter what type of connection I make, be it ssh or ftp, I am able to
connect to the target (Linux server), I get the following situation
below the Files node in the treeview

• below My Home shows all entries (be it files or directories) as files.
This means that directories are not shown as expandable nodes; I only
see the name of the dir. I cannot open files.

• below Root only "/" is shown, nothing more.

The default filter which I seem to be not able to change is ./*
Is this the cause?

I tried this on 2 different hosts, and i get the same situation. I don't
understand a * of it.


► An observation from a newcomer
As newcomer I installed the Remote System Explorer (RSE).
A first comment: it looks like RSE isn't meant for end users. The
provided tutorials and information deal with developing for TM. Using
the update manager to install the RSE is also not optimal: you need to
select different items from different releases and the end user doesn't
know exactly whether you select the correct things.
I recommend to split your website structure based on the audience:

• TM/RSE end users: how to install, how to use. This section should be
prominent.
• Developing for/with TM/RSE: tutorials, apis etc
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #34395 is a reply to message #34360] Tue, 14 April 2009 17:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Exception e schreef:
> My question:

Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide additional
details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
Thanks in advance.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #34429 is a reply to message #34395] Thu, 16 April 2009 17:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Steve Blass is currently offline Steve Blass
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Exception e wrote:
> Exception e schreef:
>> My question:
>
> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide additional
> details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
> Thanks in advance.

Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly quiet.
Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version? Do the
linux machines you connect to support command line sftp connections? Is
your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a network mount? Is
the linux box a linux box or an instance in a virtual machine?

Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about the
RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.

-
Steve
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #34496 is a reply to message #34429] Thu, 16 April 2009 20:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
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Steve Blass schreef:
> Exception e wrote:
>> Exception e schreef:
>>> My question:
>>
>> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide
>> additional details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
>> Thanks in advance.
>
> Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly quiet.
> Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version?

Eclipse: 3.4.2
RSE: there is not one version. but I start in 3.0.3, if I cannot find
something that I need, I look back (3.0.2 etc)

RSE FTP service is 3.0.1
RSE SSH service is 2.1.1



> Do the
> linux machines you connect to support command line sftp connections? Is
> your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a network mount? Is
> the linux box a linux box or an instance in a virtual machine?
>
> Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about the
> RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
> should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.

I can't find anything. Only when I want to close eclipse I get:

Problems occurred saving workbench.
Unable to save perspective: Workspace - Remote System Explorer.
Could not save view: Remote Systems
java.lang.NullPointerException


-- BREAKING UPDATE

There is a fix: I needed to install from below
- TM and RSE 3.0.3
- Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime


Well, that might seem obvious but there is also a Remote System Explorer
Core. I wonder whether this last item is superfluous now.

The error on closing eclipse is gone now too.


Again, I want to emphasize that an end-user intro to TM/RSE would be
really welcomed. If you need to install a simple explorer know, you need
to cherry pick from 30-40 options.
I applaud the modularity off course.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #34530 is a reply to message #34496] Thu, 16 April 2009 20:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Steve Blass is currently offline Steve Blass
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Glad you got it working. On the documentation front - I have not done
anything to contribute to the project wiki but there is a project wiki
reachable through the Target Management home page
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/ that can be added to if you have an
eclipse bugzilla login which you can establish at
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/ ... and while it is all fresh in your
mind you could become the published author of those tips you wish you
had found ;)


Exception e wrote:
> Steve Blass schreef:
>> Exception e wrote:
>>> Exception e schreef:
>>>> My question:
>>>
>>> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide
>>> additional details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly
>> quiet. Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version?
>
> Eclipse: 3.4.2
> RSE: there is not one version. but I start in 3.0.3, if I cannot find
> something that I need, I look back (3.0.2 etc)
>
> RSE FTP service is 3.0.1
> RSE SSH service is 2.1.1
>
>
>
>> Do the linux machines you connect to support command line sftp
>> connections? Is your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a
>> network mount? Is the linux box a linux box or an instance in a
>> virtual machine?
>>
>> Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about
>> the RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
>> should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.
>
> I can't find anything. Only when I want to close eclipse I get:
>
> Problems occurred saving workbench.
> Unable to save perspective: Workspace - Remote System Explorer.
> Could not save view: Remote Systems
> java.lang.NullPointerException
>
>
> -- BREAKING UPDATE
>
> There is a fix: I needed to install from below
> - TM and RSE 3.0.3
> - Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime
>
>
> Well, that might seem obvious but there is also a Remote System Explorer
> Core. I wonder whether this last item is superfluous now.
>
> The error on closing eclipse is gone now too.
>
>
> Again, I want to emphasize that an end-user intro to TM/RSE would be
> really welcomed. If you need to install a simple explorer know, you need
> to cherry pick from 30-40 options.
> I applaud the modularity off course.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #34631 is a reply to message #34496] Wed, 22 April 2009 11:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
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Registered: July 2009
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Hello Exception E,

is this problem fixed for you or do you need more help?

In terms of introductory material, see the "Getting Started" link on our
homepage:
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/tutorial/index.php

Our docs are also available online:
http://dsdp.eclipse.org/help/latest/index.jsp?topic=/org.ecl ipse.rse.doc.user/gettingstarted/g_start.html

Is there anything specific you are missing?

Cheers,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Exception e wrote:
> Steve Blass schreef:
>> Exception e wrote:
>>> Exception e schreef:
>>>> My question:
>>>
>>> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide
>>> additional details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly
>> quiet. Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version?
>
> Eclipse: 3.4.2
> RSE: there is not one version. but I start in 3.0.3, if I cannot find
> something that I need, I look back (3.0.2 etc)
>
> RSE FTP service is 3.0.1
> RSE SSH service is 2.1.1
>
>
>
>> Do the linux machines you connect to support command line sftp
>> connections? Is your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a
>> network mount? Is the linux box a linux box or an instance in a
>> virtual machine?
>>
>> Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about
>> the RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
>> should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.
>
> I can't find anything. Only when I want to close eclipse I get:
>
> Problems occurred saving workbench.
> Unable to save perspective: Workspace - Remote System Explorer.
> Could not save view: Remote Systems
> java.lang.NullPointerException
>
>
> -- BREAKING UPDATE
>
> There is a fix: I needed to install from below
> - TM and RSE 3.0.3
> - Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime
>
>
> Well, that might seem obvious but there is also a Remote System Explorer
> Core. I wonder whether this last item is superfluous now.
>
> The error on closing eclipse is gone now too.
>
>
> Again, I want to emphasize that an end-user intro to TM/RSE would be
> really welcomed. If you need to install a simple explorer know, you need
> to cherry pick from 30-40 options.
> I applaud the modularity off course.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #35141 is a reply to message #34530] Fri, 22 May 2009 09:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
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Steve Blass schreef:
... and while it is all fresh in your
> mind you could become the published author of those tips you wish you
> had found ;)

Here you go:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/TM_and_RSE_FAQ#What_components_do_I_ have_to_install_for_working_with_a_remote_file_system.3F
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #35168 is a reply to message #34631] Fri, 22 May 2009 09:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Martin Oberhuber schreef:
> Hello Exception E,
>
> is this problem fixed for you or do you need more help?
>
> In terms of introductory material, see the "Getting Started" link on our
> homepage:
> http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/tutorial/index.php
>
> Our docs are also available online:
> http://dsdp.eclipse.org/help/latest/index.jsp?topic=/org.ecl ipse.rse.doc.user/gettingstarted/g_start.html
>
>
> Is there anything specific you are missing?
>
Sorry for a late repsonse. I've documented the information I found your
manual was lacking here:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/TM_and_RSE_FAQ#What_components_do_I_ have_to_install_for_working_with_a_remote_file_system.3F

So I don't miss anything. I would like to have this installation
information more prominently on the home page of rse, but I cannot edit
those pages, only the faq.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #35209 is a reply to message #34360] Mon, 25 May 2009 18:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mnm.criion.net

I might be way off here, but for the installation part all you have to
do is open the europa update tree for eclipse 3.3 or the ganymade tree
for 3.4, select the rse end-user plugin and click the 'select required'
button to let the update manager do the rest.

Now for eclipse 3.3 you have to make a new remote site in the update
manager to get the 3.x version of rse.

This is a snip from the exported sites:
<site name="Target Management Updates"
url="http://download.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/updates/3.0" web="false"
selected="false" local="false"/>

For the empty tree part, it sounds like wrong account rights settings or
your account on the server is't in the group it needs to be or you are
using the wrong account or wrong ssh key..

One thing you should remember, the "end-user" in eclipse terms is a
developer so some experience is probably expected.

What does ls -l print out on your home dir? (If you are on a *nix system)
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #35355 is a reply to message #35168] Thu, 28 May 2009 18:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
Messages: 984
Registered: July 2009
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Hello Exception E,

thanks for your contribution, I much appreciate your help. I think,
though, that the information you provided is inexact in two cases:

(1) The "Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime" already includes
SSH and FTP, so there is no need to install those separately.
You can install "RSE Core + SSH + FTP" for a smaller footprint
that avoids dstore.

(2) Rather than doing a mix-and-match of multiple versions, just
disable the checkbox near the bottom, which is labelled
"Show latest versions of available software only". Then
pick from the latest version category only.

(3) Your posting does not specify the site that you install
from. This is misleading since the paragraph above just
talks about the coordinated site, Europa, which looks
completely different.

I'd appreciate if you could revise your posting.

If you want similar content added to the TM Website, you can
file a bugzilla bug for this and attach a patch. The website
is maintained in CVS:

Repo -- :pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/org.eclipse
Module -- www/dsdp/tm


Thanks,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Exception e wrote:
> Martin Oberhuber schreef:
>> Hello Exception E,
>>
>> is this problem fixed for you or do you need more help?
>>
>> In terms of introductory material, see the "Getting Started" link on
>> our homepage:
>> http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/tutorial/index.php
>>
>> Our docs are also available online:
>> http://dsdp.eclipse.org/help/latest/index.jsp?topic=/org.ecl ipse.rse.doc.user/gettingstarted/g_start.html
>>
>>
>> Is there anything specific you are missing?
>>
> Sorry for a late repsonse. I've documented the information I found your
> manual was lacking here:
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/TM_and_RSE_FAQ#What_components_do_I_ have_to_install_for_working_with_a_remote_file_system.3F
>
>
> So I don't miss anything. I would like to have this installation
> information more prominently on the home page of rse, but I cannot edit
> those pages, only the faq.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #35572 is a reply to message #35355] Fri, 29 May 2009 20:27 Go to previous message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
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>
> I'd appreciate if you could revise your posting.

:O That's quite a lot, thanks. See how confusing those components are?
I'll change it.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580351 is a reply to message #34360] Tue, 14 April 2009 17:07 Go to previous message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
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Exception e schreef:
> My question:

Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide additional
details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
Thanks in advance.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580372 is a reply to message #34395] Thu, 16 April 2009 17:03 Go to previous message
Steve Blass is currently offline Steve Blass
Messages: 276
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Exception e wrote:
> Exception e schreef:
>> My question:
>
> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide additional
> details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
> Thanks in advance.

Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly quiet.
Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version? Do the
linux machines you connect to support command line sftp connections? Is
your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a network mount? Is
the linux box a linux box or an instance in a virtual machine?

Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about the
RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.

-
Steve
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580406 is a reply to message #34429] Thu, 16 April 2009 20:09 Go to previous message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
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Steve Blass schreef:
> Exception e wrote:
>> Exception e schreef:
>>> My question:
>>
>> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide
>> additional details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
>> Thanks in advance.
>
> Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly quiet.
> Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version?

Eclipse: 3.4.2
RSE: there is not one version. but I start in 3.0.3, if I cannot find
something that I need, I look back (3.0.2 etc)

RSE FTP service is 3.0.1
RSE SSH service is 2.1.1



> Do the
> linux machines you connect to support command line sftp connections? Is
> your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a network mount? Is
> the linux box a linux box or an instance in a virtual machine?
>
> Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about the
> RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
> should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.

I can't find anything. Only when I want to close eclipse I get:

Problems occurred saving workbench.
Unable to save perspective: Workspace - Remote System Explorer.
Could not save view: Remote Systems
java.lang.NullPointerException


-- BREAKING UPDATE

There is a fix: I needed to install from below
- TM and RSE 3.0.3
- Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime


Well, that might seem obvious but there is also a Remote System Explorer
Core. I wonder whether this last item is superfluous now.

The error on closing eclipse is gone now too.


Again, I want to emphasize that an end-user intro to TM/RSE would be
really welcomed. If you need to install a simple explorer know, you need
to cherry pick from 30-40 options.
I applaud the modularity off course.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580420 is a reply to message #34496] Thu, 16 April 2009 20:39 Go to previous message
Steve Blass is currently offline Steve Blass
Messages: 276
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Glad you got it working. On the documentation front - I have not done
anything to contribute to the project wiki but there is a project wiki
reachable through the Target Management home page
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/ that can be added to if you have an
eclipse bugzilla login which you can establish at
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/ ... and while it is all fresh in your
mind you could become the published author of those tips you wish you
had found ;)


Exception e wrote:
> Steve Blass schreef:
>> Exception e wrote:
>>> Exception e schreef:
>>>> My question:
>>>
>>> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide
>>> additional details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly
>> quiet. Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version?
>
> Eclipse: 3.4.2
> RSE: there is not one version. but I start in 3.0.3, if I cannot find
> something that I need, I look back (3.0.2 etc)
>
> RSE FTP service is 3.0.1
> RSE SSH service is 2.1.1
>
>
>
>> Do the linux machines you connect to support command line sftp
>> connections? Is your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a
>> network mount? Is the linux box a linux box or an instance in a
>> virtual machine?
>>
>> Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about
>> the RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
>> should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.
>
> I can't find anything. Only when I want to close eclipse I get:
>
> Problems occurred saving workbench.
> Unable to save perspective: Workspace - Remote System Explorer.
> Could not save view: Remote Systems
> java.lang.NullPointerException
>
>
> -- BREAKING UPDATE
>
> There is a fix: I needed to install from below
> - TM and RSE 3.0.3
> - Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime
>
>
> Well, that might seem obvious but there is also a Remote System Explorer
> Core. I wonder whether this last item is superfluous now.
>
> The error on closing eclipse is gone now too.
>
>
> Again, I want to emphasize that an end-user intro to TM/RSE would be
> really welcomed. If you need to install a simple explorer know, you need
> to cherry pick from 30-40 options.
> I applaud the modularity off course.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580482 is a reply to message #34496] Wed, 22 April 2009 11:28 Go to previous message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
Messages: 984
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Exception E,

is this problem fixed for you or do you need more help?

In terms of introductory material, see the "Getting Started" link on our
homepage:
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/tutorial/index.php

Our docs are also available online:
http://dsdp.eclipse.org/help/latest/index.jsp?topic=/org.ecl ipse.rse.doc.user/gettingstarted/g_start.html

Is there anything specific you are missing?

Cheers,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Exception e wrote:
> Steve Blass schreef:
>> Exception e wrote:
>>> Exception e schreef:
>>>> My question:
>>>
>>> Could anybody give a hint on my problem? Do I need to provide
>>> additional details? Or is this a low-traffic list?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> Yes to both. More details might help and the list can be fairly
>> quiet. Which RSE version did you install into which Eclipse version?
>
> Eclipse: 3.4.2
> RSE: there is not one version. but I start in 3.0.3, if I cannot find
> something that I need, I look back (3.0.2 etc)
>
> RSE FTP service is 3.0.1
> RSE SSH service is 2.1.1
>
>
>
>> Do the linux machines you connect to support command line sftp
>> connections? Is your home directory a real directory, a symlink, a
>> network mount? Is the linux box a linux box or an instance in a
>> virtual machine?
>>
>> Is there anything recorded in the eclipse/.metadata/.log file about
>> the RSE connection? If you start eclipse with the -consoleLog flag it
>> should write a copy of the log entries to the console in your workbench.
>
> I can't find anything. Only when I want to close eclipse I get:
>
> Problems occurred saving workbench.
> Unable to save perspective: Workspace - Remote System Explorer.
> Could not save view: Remote Systems
> java.lang.NullPointerException
>
>
> -- BREAKING UPDATE
>
> There is a fix: I needed to install from below
> - TM and RSE 3.0.3
> - Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime
>
>
> Well, that might seem obvious but there is also a Remote System Explorer
> Core. I wonder whether this last item is superfluous now.
>
> The error on closing eclipse is gone now too.
>
>
> Again, I want to emphasize that an end-user intro to TM/RSE would be
> really welcomed. If you need to install a simple explorer know, you need
> to cherry pick from 30-40 options.
> I applaud the modularity off course.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580741 is a reply to message #34530] Fri, 22 May 2009 09:26 Go to previous message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
Messages: 96
Registered: July 2009
Member
Steve Blass schreef:
... and while it is all fresh in your
> mind you could become the published author of those tips you wish you
> had found ;)

Here you go:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/TM_and_RSE_FAQ#What_components_do_I_ have_to_install_for_working_with_a_remote_file_system.3F
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580747 is a reply to message #34631] Fri, 22 May 2009 09:28 Go to previous message
exceptione is currently offline exceptione
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Martin Oberhuber schreef:
> Hello Exception E,
>
> is this problem fixed for you or do you need more help?
>
> In terms of introductory material, see the "Getting Started" link on our
> homepage:
> http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/tutorial/index.php
>
> Our docs are also available online:
> http://dsdp.eclipse.org/help/latest/index.jsp?topic=/org.ecl ipse.rse.doc.user/gettingstarted/g_start.html
>
>
> Is there anything specific you are missing?
>
Sorry for a late repsonse. I've documented the information I found your
manual was lacking here:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/TM_and_RSE_FAQ#What_components_do_I_ have_to_install_for_working_with_a_remote_file_system.3F

So I don't miss anything. I would like to have this installation
information more prominently on the home page of rse, but I cannot edit
those pages, only the faq.
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580795 is a reply to message #34360] Mon, 25 May 2009 18:50 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mnm.criion.net

I might be way off here, but for the installation part all you have to
do is open the europa update tree for eclipse 3.3 or the ganymade tree
for 3.4, select the rse end-user plugin and click the 'select required'
button to let the update manager do the rest.

Now for eclipse 3.3 you have to make a new remote site in the update
manager to get the 3.x version of rse.

This is a snip from the exported sites:
<site name="Target Management Updates"
url="http://download.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/updates/3.0" web="false"
selected="false" local="false"/>

For the empty tree part, it sounds like wrong account rights settings or
your account on the server is't in the group it needs to be or you are
using the wrong account or wrong ssh key..

One thing you should remember, the "end-user" in eclipse terms is a
developer so some experience is probably expected.

What does ls -l print out on your home dir? (If you are on a *nix system)
Re: RSE flat single level view, no directories [message #580846 is a reply to message #35168] Thu, 28 May 2009 18:22 Go to previous message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
Messages: 984
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Exception E,

thanks for your contribution, I much appreciate your help. I think,
though, that the information you provided is inexact in two cases:

(1) The "Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime" already includes
SSH and FTP, so there is no need to install those separately.
You can install "RSE Core + SSH + FTP" for a smaller footprint
that avoids dstore.

(2) Rather than doing a mix-and-match of multiple versions, just
disable the checkbox near the bottom, which is labelled
"Show latest versions of available software only". Then
pick from the latest version category only.

(3) Your posting does not specify the site that you install
from. This is misleading since the paragraph above just
talks about the coordinated site, Europa, which looks
completely different.

I'd appreciate if you could revise your posting.

If you want similar content added to the TM Website, you can
file a bugzilla bug for this and attach a patch. The website
is maintained in CVS:

Repo -- :pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/org.eclipse
Module -- www/dsdp/tm


Thanks,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Exception e wrote:
> Martin Oberhuber schreef:
>> Hello Exception E,
>>
>> is this problem fixed for you or do you need more help?
>>
>> In terms of introductory material, see the "Getting Started" link on
>> our homepage:
>> http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/tutorial/index.php
>>
>> Our docs are also available online:
>> http://dsdp.eclipse.org/help/latest/index.jsp?topic=/org.ecl ipse.rse.doc.user/gettingstarted/g_start.html
>>
>>
>> Is there anything specific you are missing?
>>
> Sorry for a late repsonse. I've documented the information I found your
> manual was lacking here:
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/TM_and_RSE_FAQ#What_components_do_I_ have_to_install_for_working_with_a_remote_file_system.3F
>
>
> So I don't miss anything. I would like to have this installation
> information more prominently on the home page of rse, but I cannot edit
> those pages, only the faq.
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> I'd appreciate if you could revise your posting.

:O That's quite a lot, thanks. See how confusing those components are?
I'll change it.
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