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I can remember getting the same error a few months ago. Have you already tried to un- and reinstall Java? Removing Oracle JDK 7 and switching to Java 8 did it for me. You can try to follow these instructions: http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Java/Installation/Oracle_Java/Java_8 Hope it helps.


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Assuming you are working with two screens.. One (slightly weird) solution to avoid undocking any panes is to stretch the window across two screens and keep the windows docked.


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First download the tar version from Eclipse. Open terminal and type this command, sudo tar -xvf eclipse-jee-luna-SR2-linux-gtk-x86_64.tar.gz -C /opt/. Above the parameter -C create a new archive. So the files are being copied to the /opt/ folder. Now you need to create a file inside this /usr/share/applications/ folder with eclipse.desktop name. With a ...


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This works for me in Ubuntu Studio 14.04 (XFCE): Open Windows Manager: xfwm4-settings Go to Keyboard tab Scroll down to conflicting Action Hit Clear button or change action to different shortcut


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The file is in your home folder, eg.: ~/workspace/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.e4.workbench/workbench.xmi You can search it with this command. find ~/workspace -type f -name "workbench.xmi" I'm using ~/workspace, because that is the default path. Alternatively, you can also use this command, but it takes a while. find ~ -type f -name ...


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I suggest mkdir --mode=755 /opt. Read/Write/Search for Owner (root:root), Read/Search for Group and Other. Allows root to create files/directories, allows anybody else to search and descend the directory tree under /opt (depending on lower nodes permissions)


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Directory /opt is optional. It is not being used for anything in the standard Ubuntu distro so somebody decided not to create one. Not a big deal. Just create it with sudo mkdir /opt Edit As suggested by waltinator a better command would be mkdir --mode=755 /opt


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Metapackage pulling in all components of TeX Live sudo apt-get install texlive-full


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You can not install Eclipse over the repositories and Software Center or apt-get. You will have to visit https://eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-php-developers/lunasr2 and download the right version (Linux 32/64Bit). Then extract the tar.gz-archive (about 100-150MB) to your /opt directory. You need root privileges to access that folder, so run ...


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You do not add these to eclipse - they run independently as servers (apache/php and mysql) Download and install eclipse specifically built for web development from PHP Development Tools.


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For the initial question "Permission Denied" without the ls -l edit... Remember to mount the partition eclipse is on with the exec option...


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Then I have a short answer Exec=/opt/MyEclipse/myeclipse


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You can first of all see weather there is internet connection is available or not? ping google.com see if its reachable or not? to install ipython on linux you can try sudo apt-get install ipython for eclipse you need to download the software as per your system configuration depends on 32 bit or 64 bit. You can Download Eclipse from the below link ...


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First off, make sure you're connected to the internet. The commands you're using are not installation commands. apt-get update updates the Ubuntu repositories. This is useful if you want to install something from a PPA. apt-get clean removes unnecessary files from your computer, such as dependencies from uninstalled packages. apt-get upgrade upgrades your ...


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First of all I would like to thank all the repliers here who has motivated me to move ahead and find the solution.. Thank you @karel for editing my question and turning it into meaningful and sensible... I have got the answer to configure it...i will explain all the step by step to configure eclipse and android sdk... 1) download android sdk from the ...



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