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You probably edited ~/.bashrc and updated your PATH, but instead of writing PATH=..., wrote PATH-.... Change the hyphen to = and it should be fixed.


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You can install it by searching for eclipse in Software Center or by running: sudo apt-get install eclipse As it is available from the Ubuntu repos: http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/eclipse


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use : sudo gedit eclipse.desktop instead of gedit eclipse.desktop A standard user cannot alter most of the files or directories except those which are in home folder. In your question you want to modify a file located at /usr/bin. Thus super user privilege are required for modifying the file. Hence using sudo before gedit solves the problem. sudo ...


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To solve this issue, put this line: org.eclipse.swt.browser.DefaultType=mozilla at the end of this file eclipse/configuration/config.ini and it'll work fine !!


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I add the follow line at the end of eclipse.ini file: -Dorg.eclipse.swt.browser.DefaultType=mozilla It worked for me, I hope you too.


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Looking at the settings used in that post: command: cmd.exe working directory: C:\WINDOWS\system32 arguments: /C "cd ${container_loc} && node ${resource_name}" The analogue would be: /bin/bash (this is optional) -c "cd ${container_loc} && node ${resource_name}" I think the following would be simpler: /usr/bin/node (or wherever your ...



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