[Slackbuilds-users] dbeaver-ce not finding jre
rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
Fri Jun 19 20:48:59 UTC 2020
On Fri, 19 Jun 2020, Dave Woodfall wrote:
> But you set that yourself, yes?
According to where java was found.
> ls $JAVA_HOME/
> bin/ include/ lib/ sample/ LICENSE release
> demo/ jre/ man/ ASSEMBLY_EXCEPTION THIRD_PARTY_README src.zip
> It's the ROOT or HOME directory of where java things are found, but
> What you have set is the path to only the java BINARY.
> (Your listing may be slightly different, but it should have similar
> directories and files.)
$ ls $JAVA_HOME
ls: cannot access '/usr/local/lib64/jdk-14.0.1+7': No such file or directory
> Regardless, when you install the package it will drop a file in
> /etc/profile.d/ which sets these things up for you automatically.
Apparently that package didn't get the message.
> Please remove or comment out the line(s) in your ~/.bash_profile and
> logout and in again. If you have set it in both root's and your user's
> ~/.bash_profile then edit both of them.
That's what I did before responding to your last message.
> Since it's usually installed as a package listed in REQUIRES in the
> .info file, you should usually go by what is listed in that.
This requires: jdk
And when I look for jdk in the SBo repo I find:
jdk Development 8u251 14.2
adoptopenjdk Development 12.0.2+10 14.2
adoptopenjdk-openj9 Development 14.0.1+7 14.2
jdk11 Development 11.0.7 14.2
jdk12 Development 12.0.2 14.2
jdk13 Development 13.0.2 14.2
jdk14 Development 14.0.1 14.2
openjdk6 Development 6b41 14.2
openjdk7 Development 7u251 14.2
openjdk8 Development 8u242 14.2
zulu-openjdk-lts Development 11.0.5 14.2
zulu-openjdk7 Development 7.0.242 14.2
zulu-openjdk8 Development 8.0.232 14.2
zulu-openjdk9 Development 9u07 14.2
And have no idea which to use. I suppose that I can remove adoptopenjdk and
replace it with openjdk8. I'm open to suggestions.
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