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    Re: How to create correct PATH for Jgrasp

    Just download the jGRASP zip file, unzip it, and run .../jgrasp/bin/jgrasp .

    The Java "bin" directory must be on your system PATH for it to run.
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    Re: How to create correct PATH for Jgrasp

    As you say, you have the "OpenJDK Java 7 runtime", which I assume doesn't include the compiler. You need the full JDK, or whatever OpenJDK calls it (seems confusing to have JDK in the name OpenJDK if...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: JGrasp How do I get the applet button to show up?

    In recent versions of jGRASP, the "Run" and "Debug" buttons will determine if your file is an applet, application, or both, or if you are using a project and have not designated a main file, it will...
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    Re: Running jGrasp???

    Recent versions of jGRASP require lsb-core. If you don't already have it installed, you can do so from the command line with:

    sudo apt-get install lsb-core

    The latest Beta version of jGRASP...
  5. Thread: java Error

    by lbarowski
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    [ubuntu] Re: java Error

    It turns out the error is due to the runtime linker (soft link to the real runtime linker) expected by our excutables compiled under LSB (Linux Standard Base) not being present. The simplest solution...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Setting PATH environment variable

    Since it appears that java is on your PATH, you should be able to start jGRASP using the .../bin/jgrasp script. If that doesn't work, send us a bug report to let us know.

    If you start with java...
  7. Thread: java Error

    by lbarowski
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    [ubuntu] Re: java Error

    That is a strange error. It may not mean what it appears to mean.

    To bypass the script and get full capability, from the "bin" directory you would do:

    ./linux/jgrasp -Icp...
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    [ubuntu] Re: java Error

    I suspect that your previous attempt to build the sources has deleted bin/linux/jgrasp, so you need to reinstall jGRASP.
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    by lbarowski
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    [ubuntu] Re: java Error

    You don't need to build the sources. Binaries are provided for both 32 and 64 bit Intel Linux. I see that we neglected to remove the note in the "bin" README file that tells you that you need to...
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