|Re: self-extracting exe: add path to the JVM [message #1733090 is a reply to message #1733082]
||Tue, 24 May 2016 10:23
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
On 24.05.2016 11:34, Jeremie Bresson wrote:
> I guess I am not the first one asking this question, but I could not
> find any answer searching in this forum and with Google.
> I work on a computer in a company where I cannot do/install what I want.
> I have downloaded the self-extracting exe version of the Eclipse
> Installer ("eclipse-inst-win64.exe" file). When I start this exe, I
> land on a page "JRE Missing" (this page:
> http://download.eclipse.org/oomph/jre/ with additional parameters). I
> have tried to start the exe with an additional parameter "-vm" as I do
> in the Eclipse.ini file.
No, it doesn't take additional parameters. The only think I can think
is to run it from a command shell in which you've place the Java you'd
like to use by default on the PATH. Or set JAVA_HOME to point at it in
that shell. Then you can switch to advanced mode and you'll be asked to
save it in a permanent location. Once it's there, you have an
installation in which you can change the eclipse-int.ini.
> Is there a way to specify the path to the JVM path when I start this
> self-extracting exe?
I'm not totally sure the PATH is consulted, but certain JAVA_HOME is
> Is there a way to download the Eclipse installer as ZIP (the folder
> containing the "eclipse-inst.exe" and the "eclipse-inst.ini" files,
> because this way I can define the JVM location).
No, we only make the self-extracting version available.
> Thank you in advance.
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