[oXygen-user] how to install on Ubuntu
Mon Apr 19 02:19:18 CDT 2010
This usually happens when you're running an installer with the wrong
architecture for your OS.
e.g. The 64-bit installer on a 32-bit Ubuntu or vice versa.
Check if your Ubuntu is 64-bit. Execute in a terminal:
If it has a 64-bit kernel you should get *x86_64* in the returned string.
e.g. Linux <hostname> 2.6.31-20-generic #58-Ubuntu SMP Fri Mar 12
04:38:19 UTC 2010 *x86_64* GNU/Linux
If it's not 64-bit then obviously you should download the Linux 32-bit
Oxygen XML Editor support
Syd Bauman wrote:
> This may be a FAQ, in which case I apologize, please point me in the
> right direction.
> Situation: While I like to think of myself as technically reasonably
> savvy, I know absolutely nothing about Java, JREs, JDEs, JVMs, or
> other TLAs that start with J. (I've never even watched _JAG_ :-)
> I'm trying to install oXygen onto an Ubuntu 9.10 system. I downloaded
> the "Linux 64 bit (Includes Java VM 1.6.0_16)" .sh file from
> http://www.oxygenxml.com/download_oxygenxml_editor.html. The
> instructions say "Make sure you have in your PATH environment
> variable the correct location of the JRE." How do I know the location
> of the JRE?
> I tried executing the oxygen.sh command, but got
> | :~/Downloads$ sudo sh oxygen.sh
> | [sudo] password for syd:
> | Unpacking JRE ...
> | Preparing JRE ...
> | bin/unpack200: 1:ELF: not found
> | bin/unpack200: 4: Syntax error: word unexpected (expecting ")")
> | Error unpacking jar files. Aborting.
> | You might need administrative priviledges for this operation.
> | :~/Downloads$
> [Note that there is an unprintable character that didn't survive the
> cut & paste -- perhaps a U+007F? -- in front of "ELF".] Is this
> because I don't have the right JRE in my $PATH
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