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Discovered the trick: run Eclipse as root. In Terminal, run gksudo and tell it to run /opt/eclipse-luna/eclipse [or whatever] as root. Then proceed with the update. This worked updating Luna from 4.4.0 to 4.4.1 Never ran into this when using Eclipse on a Mac.


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Further you need to go to Eclipse, make is recognise the Python Interpreter. i.e Eclipse- Preferences- find Pydev, expand it---and find Python interpreter, click on it. In the right pane, under Python Interpreters --click New, Give a name for your interpreter, then browse to give the directory containing the Python.exe (Windows: Program Files- ...


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To remove eclipse(Installed from software center), go to terminal and use following commands, sudo apt-get autoremove eclipse rm -r ~/.eclipse/ for eclipse downloaded, just delete the folder.


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i think, the tool you want to install is Gnome Color Chooser i have the screenshot here: type this to install Gnome Color Chooser: sudo apt-get install gnome-color-chooser open it, and go to Spesific -> Tooltip - Background choose your desired color, and apply it. does not need to restart your eclipse, the tooltip background color is immediately ...


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That's native code (gnome libraries used by eclipse), See C [libgobject-2.0.so.0+0x19718] g_object_get_qdata+0x18 This info will be much more useful for Eclipse / Google guys. File them a bug. We the lowly users cannot tell what exactly was wrong at your side.


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You need to create .desktop file for your program (eclipse.desktop in your case). Then put it to /usr/share/applications directory or ~/.local/share/applications if you want it to be accessible for one user only. It is easier to create the file on the desktop first and test it before copying to its destined directory. Basic stucture of a .desktop file is ...


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Before running the command try entering: export JAVA_HOME="path_to_java_home" Where path_to_java_home is the folder where your bin/java is. If java is properly installed you can find it's location, by using the command: readlink -f $(which java) Don't forget to remove bin/java from the end of the path while putting it into JAVA_HOME


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I had the same issue. Finally found a solution: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/23116/how-to-fix-missing-icons-in-program-menus-and-context-menus/ GOTO: dconf-editor -> org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.xsettings Add {'Gtk/ButtonImages': <1>, 'Gtk/MenuImages': <1>} to what is there.


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I tried multiple methods none of which removed the eclipse installation in /opt. So finally I manually removed the folder aniket@aniket-Compaq-610:~$ cd /opt aniket@aniket-Compaq-610:/opt$ sudo rm -rf eclipse Doing this will uninstall eclipse. But it will still appear in the unity search. To remove it from search as well delete eclipse.desktop file from ...


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I solved thanks to this answer http://stackoverflow.com/a/9170086/2326627 "Window - Preferences" on the left side: "General - Editors - Text Editors" on the right side bottom ("Appearance color options"): "Current line highlight"


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For Ununtu 14.04 i couldn't find that setting in either unity-tweak-tool or gnome-tweak-tool instead install and run gconf-editor and enable /desktop/gnome/interface/menus_have_icons


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You have to change 2 things: Change the first 'ATTR{idProduct}' to 'ATTR{idVendor}' in the 51-android.rules file. Run these commands from the terminal: sudo ./adb kill-server sudo ./adb start-server sudo ./adb devices


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you may try udtc(Ubuntu Developer Tools Center) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:didrocks/ubuntu-developer-tools-center sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-developer-tools-center udtc ide eclipse udtc will install eclipse luna. For more information: http://www.webupd8.org/2014/10/ubuntu-developer-tools-center-01.html



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