ALSO, after a recent Linux Mint upgrade to version 19.3, version 22.1 of oXygen XML editor for 32-bit for Java still seems to run properly. This is consistent with oXygen XML Editor's problem free performance across three years on Linux Mint 18.3. (I'd like to upgrade to Linux 64-bit but can't for the time being.)
However, I've tried a different approach to installing oXygen on version 19.3 of Linux. I:
- Put oXygen in a subdirectory of my home/bin directory.
- Created a link to oxygen.sh and put that in my home/bin directory. This enables me to start oXygen from the BASH command line.
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rbv@rbv-F80Q:~/bin$ oxygen.sh WARNING: An illegal reflective access operation has occurred WARNING: Illegal reflective access by ro.sync.net.protocol.Installer (file:/home/rbv/bin/oxygen/lib/oxygen.jar) to field java.net.URL.handlers WARNING: Please consider reporting this to the maintainers of ro.sync.net.protocol.Installer WARNING: Use --illegal-access=warn to enable warnings of further illegal reflective access operations WARNING: All illegal access operations will be denied in a future release
SO -- What should I do about these WARNINGs? I have no idea what these WARNINGs mean. Or how I might best respond to them.