> I copied to JDK 1.6 and it downloaded to the default directory ie.
> d:\jdk1.1.6\bin. (This should be the correct version although I do not
> know why it points to 1.1.6).
> I subsequently pasted all the files downloaded to :
> D:\Documents and Settings\Michael Khoo\My
> Documents\Unzipped\eclipse-java-europa-winter-win32\eclipse\ jre\bin
> which is where Eclipse expects the java executable files, dll files etc.
> But when I run Eclipse I got a runtime error from the JVM with
> termination code = 1.
> Is there a way to configure Eclipse to point to the original directory
> the JDK was downloaded ie. d:\jdk1.1.6\bin? Or what is the problem? Is
> there anything I need to do to configure Eclipse properly?
Actually I am not sure whether the java I downloaded is it 1.6 or 1.1.6?
My friend told me it should be 1.6 and the web page seems to give the
showing that 1.1.6 is the naming convention by highlighting in yellow only
> Hi Eric
> I have amended my eclipse.ini file accordingly. I use the file from the
> directory where my Eclipse has installed.
> I still hit with the same error from the JVM module after executing with
> terminated code = 1. My eclipse.ini contents are :
> Actually I am not sure whether the java I downloaded is it 1.6 or 1.1.6?
> My friend told me it should be 1.6 and the web page seems to give the
> showing that 1.1.6 is the naming convention by highlighting in yellow
> only the 1.6?
> Eric can you help?
Michael, it should be jdk1.6.0. If you go java -version at the cmd
prompt, it will tell you the version. If it's not 1.6, go to Sun and
download the JDK 6. JDK 6 is the same as 1.6 (don't ask me why the
versions are like this). Hope this helps. Mark
It's worth pointing out that if you point at the java dll, it means eclipse will run in-process with the eclipse.exe launcher rather than launching a seperate java process. This can be helpful to see clearly which one is eclipse in the process list.