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I assume, it's not an answer but you could test my desktop files. Both files start Eclipse Mars in an Ubuntu 15.04 with a GNOME 3.16 environment. With tis desktop files, I have two running instances which are not grouped. cat ~/.local/share/applications/opt_eclipse_cpp.desktop [Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Version=1.0 Type=Application Name=Eclipse C++ ...


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As part of solution: 1) Check that you can get adb version by typing adb version in console. 1.1) Check that you are using same adb in eclipse and in console if #1 is working. Type which adb in console and compare path to adb with path to adb in Eclipse. 2) Open AVD manager and check that android tools are installed. 3) Check path 4) Check that adb ...


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There are several solutions corresponding to your problems. The correct SDK and tools are not installed. For this you need to go to the location where you have downloaded Android-SDK and start the android.sh. Then download required platform/build tools along with required files for any API. SDK tool is not getting execution rights. To solve this problem, ...


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All the compiler options, include and library paths, and library directives required to build a simple mysql client should be provided by the mysql_config utility. In particular, nothing in /var/lib/mysql should be required. Unfortunately AFAIK Eclipse CDT does not currently support direct command substitution within the IDE. (IIRC it now supports ...


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You should not start eclipse with sudo. Make sure that you follow instruction on Android Developer Tools. Also, make notice: Important: Support for the Android Developer Tools (ADT) in Eclipse is ending, per our announcement. You should migrate your app development projects to Android Studio as soon as possible. For more information on transitioning to ...


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there was a huge bug from eclipse causing it to crash from 13.10 It is still unresolved so it may affect you. Known issue in kubuntu Try to change the GTK2 theme from oxygen to Raleigh if u have oxygen. alternatively try the following to disable just for éclipse: $ GTK2_RC_FILES=/usr/share/themes/Raleigh/gtk-2.0/gtkrc ...


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Eclipse is not longer supported for Android development. Download Android Studio instead and follow these steps. The new IDE is built on IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition, the popular Java IDE by JetBrains. Or, if you really need Eclipse, install the Eclipse ADT plugin Start Eclipse, then select Help > Install New Software. Click Add, in the top-right ...


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I think there is a permission problem. You can solve this problem by either changing the permission of tomcat installation directory or by changing the ownership of the tomcat installation directory. Changing the ownership: Let's say that there is a user: tookuk and group: tookuk then you can change the ownership of directory from root:root to ...


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So that's why it didn't produce any errors. Remember how I told you that the directories were working differently from Windows? It seems the OS takes Home as the beginning path and not the location where the program is located in. Therefore it created all the files in Home folder. I don't know how to handle the directory issue, yet. But it's good to know the ...


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OK here are all the steps to get this to work. I had problems with all responses I found online, bits and pieces everywhere without any certain order and no single working solution, (running Android Studio, Jmonkey 3D, and Ubuntu 14.04) If adb devices shows android device as ????????? (no permissions) follow these instructions: 1) create file ...


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The second issue is because you do not have rights to write in the root folder. To give yourself permission, open a terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and enter: whoami it will show your username, then navigate to the parent folder of your projects folder(if /home/projects then /home), and type sudo chown <yourusername> <directoryname>



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