|Re: On Linux Mint, not so much [message #1826120 is a reply to message #1826103]
|Sun, 19 April 2020 21:01
| Windy Player
Registered: April 2020
The fun never stops.
After trying to install
jdk-14.0.1_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz on Linux Mint 19.3
It came up with a white box with <OK> and the license agreement.
There is no way to click or ENTER or anything to dismiss this. At least that I could find. So CTRL/C as a final resort. and FAIL big time.
The software dpg or something was hosed, the system would not reboot. Finally by trying to install other packages dpkg or apt get or something was helpful with a command to clear some cache or other, but it still won't work. I can now reboot, but software UPDATE is hosed and there is no way to reinstall [due to OK error] or remove the package that was partially installed.
So I have to get stuff out of this VM and then trash it. AND build a whole new VM to try again this time with
I guess. Maybe it won't have the same final ACCEPT THE BLOODY license screen with the "OK THAT SHALL NOT BE PRESSED".
But looks like the java jar problem is solved.
Oh, and yes, I saw AWT and SWT both mentioned in the panels and I'm pretty sure I mixed them, but not sure.
Anyway, my original error was picking the "Latest Stable Release" of java for my Windows 10 Eclipse Install, so now I'm stuck with Java 14 unless I downgrade that system to Java 11 and then rebuild. Hummmm ?? Does latest eclipse run on Java 11? Not sure. Anyway, I'll try the Open version above on Linux first and see if that installs.
[Updated on: Sun, 19 April 2020 21:05]
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