In order for Gmote Server to work, you need to have Sun's Java 6 installed.
Next, you'll need to set this up as your default Java Virtual Machine (JVM)Code:sudo aptitude install sun-java6-bin sun-java6-jdk sun-java6-jre
Once you've done that, you shouldn't have any issues with getting this up and running.Code:sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun
None of that works for me.. I'm running Jaunty.. and when I cd topathoffile and run GmoteServer.sh in the terminal, I get 'command not found':
Code::~/Desktop/GmoteServerLinux2.0.0$ GmoteServer.sh bash: GmoteServer.sh: command not found
Is it necessary for you to run this in a terminal?
I was running into the same problem so I gave up and ran it from Graphical instead. Just click the Gmoteserver.sh and chose the "Run" option.
I know that's an unacceptable answer for some people....just throwing it out there.
The file must be executable to run it directly from command line (chmod +x), or you can run it "with "sh ./file.sh" - this was all stated in my previous post.
that worked for me too. thank you. just right click on the file in nautilus and select run you don't need to mess with this java junk. your right, it brings laziness and we aren't learning what is really going on, but 'we' don't have time for that. thanks for the great answer zelluloidtraum
The following will work if you cd into the correct folder
Last edited by 1awesomeguy; November 13th, 2009 at 12:55 AM.
@Remanifest - Cheers fella, your little script worked a treat - looks like it's working dandy for me - legendary!
Edit: Nevermind, I had messed up a step when following post#18. Now it is working perfectly! Thank you Remanifest.
Last edited by JoeGoalie; June 14th, 2010 at 01:37 AM.