|Re: Windows Vista - cannot Debug [message #267579 is a reply to message #267577]
||Fri, 09 January 2009 02:03
Originally posted by: nickboldt+eclipse+newsgroup.gmail.com|
What version of Eclipse?
What version of Java?
64-bit or 32-bit?
What version of Vista?
You have to give a little to get a little. :)
> i've got a big problem with eclipse running with windows vista with
> current version of java.
> if i try to debug i get a message: "Cannot connect to VM
> select failed"
> what can i do to fix this problem?
> kind regards
Nick Boldt :: http://wiki.eclipse.org/User:Nickb
|Re: Windows Vista - cannot Debug [message #267644 is a reply to message #267635]
||Mon, 12 January 2009 07:08
| Walter Harley
Registered: July 2009
"Stefan "König"" <email@example.com> wrote in message |
> now i tried almost anything i can imagine..
> Antivirus, windows firewall, vpn everything is switched off, but no
> chance... :(
> Files\Java\jre1.6.0_07\bin\javaw.exe" -agentlib:jdwp=transport=dt_socket,suspend=y,address=localho st:60923
> -Dfile.encoding=Cp1252 "-Xbootclasspath:C:\Program
> Files\Java\jre1.6.0\lib\ext\sunpkcs11.jar" -classpath
> C:\Users\Stefan\workspace\Uebungen\bin Zusatzaufgaben_Blatt3_Aufgabe3
> thats my command line, which i can see in the properties from the task..
Hmm, it's interesting that the output of 'java' (in your earlier post) said
1.6.0_11, but javaw is saying 1.6.0_07.
Since the obvious things have not helped, it may be time to start very
systematically. If you create a fresh workspace, and create a simple "hello
world" program in Java, and put a breakpoint in it and Debug, does it work?
If that doesn't work, I think I might back up even further, by downloading a
fresh copy of Eclipse and installing it into a fresh directory... maybe a
fresh copy of the JDK as well, and make sure to point Eclipse explicitly to
that JDK in the eclipse.ini file.
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