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> Can't Run Program (eclipse)
Tristan
post Dec 1 2003, 01:57 AM
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Greetings,

I'm using Suse Linux 9.0
I installed the Java SDK and downloaded and unpacked eclipse into opt/eclipse
Eclipse has an executable "eclipse", but when I click on it in Conqueror, I get an error message "couldn't find program "eclipse"" and if I try running it from the shell it tells me "no such file or directory" even though I'm in the opt/eclipse directory.

I'm a newbie to linux, but apparently (after reading many web-pages) simply typing the executable from it's directory should be sufficient to run it... I don't know what's going on.

Any help is appreciated.
Thanks
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garskoci
post Dec 1 2003, 01:47 PM
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Check the permissions on the file and current working directory. If they are OK, when you run it from the command ine, try using a ./ in front of the executable.
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Tristan
post Dec 1 2003, 02:36 PM
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Thanks for your reply.

I already tried with ./eclipse, but was bombarded with error messages. I found the problem though and got it working.

The problem is, that Konquerors built in zip has a bug and it screwed up some files. I unzipped it manually via console and got it working.

Thanks anyhow.
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