|Cannot Find Companion Shared Library [message #1823033]
|Wed, 18 March 2020 13:11
| Keith Stramler
Registered: November 2015
Hello. I hope all are safe and healthy.
I am a new user to Eclipse. I am having a problem on getting things working properly. I installed Neon (4.6), per my manager, and I get the application to start up and run. However, whenever I try to open an existing project, a BIRT Report, I get the following message.
The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared library.
I have searched the forum and googled, and found some related posts, but they are more for getting Eclipse to start up and run in the first place. I do not find anything where it specifically talks about trying to open an existing project. I have tried removing the
from the Eclipse.ini file and that did not work. I also have gone to the Plugins folder and launched Eclipse from the
file. Eclipse launches fine and runs using this file, but I still get the same error message whenever I try to open a project.
I would appreciate any help on trying to resolve this issue. I installed Neon Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committers, 64-bit, and am using Java version jre1.8.0_211, and using Windows 10. If more information is needed, please let me know.
Thanks for any help.
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