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I had a similar problem. I tried ScottC's answer mentioned here. I created the .desktop file on my desktop location, added the exec path as <eclipse installation directory>/eclipse and icon path as <eclipse installation directory>/icon.xpm and then pinned it to the launcher. This worked for me.


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If you use installer to install the Eclipse, give it an appropriate directory like /opt. After installation you have access to this directory and you can run Eclipse located in the installed directory. In fact, you could directly download and extract your desired IDE without using the installer. If you want to give the program a shortcut in launcher ...


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You can follow the steps detailed in this answer In step 6, install the latest version of openjdk (either 7 or 8) instead of openjdk-6-jdk package i.e sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk for OpenJDK: JDK 7 or sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jdk for OpenJDK: JDK 8


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The issue is that the libav libraries must be specified in a specific order to resolve all dependencies. I was able to find the correct order by compiling with no additional libraries first. Then when the compiler complained about a unresolved reference, I located the library by googling what library the function belonged to. I did this until all ...


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Make sure you have this block: extern "C" { #include<avformat/avformat.h> #include<avformat/...whatever....h> } In files demux.cpp and codec.cpp as well. EDIT Tried to do what you did and worked fine. Here is what I did: $ cat av.cpp extern "C" { #include <libavformat/avformat.h> } int main(void) { av_register_all(); return 0; } $...


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just goto windows->preference search or type in box server and select default filesets then select tomcat version and click add to add the tomcat folder Click Apply and then ok


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Some other question on SO had the solution: Open GUI apps on a Ubuntu 16.04 machine via SSH from an Ubuntu 14.04 machine and it solved my problem.


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It's a duplicate question. Btw, you may do as directed here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/118243/open-multiple-eclipse-workspaces-on-the-mac I did exactly same on Ubuntu 14.04LTS and it worked perfectly. Give it a try.


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If you drop your .desktop file into .local/share/applications, then the eclipse program will be found. What I don't know is if you can pass it a parameter like myprogram.c, without modifying your exec line in your .desktop file. If it won't pass your myprogram.c parameter, you can try changing the exec line to "Exec=/opt/eclipse/eclipse $1", without the ...


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The eclipse binary, is what is executed on the command line. Unlike the Desktop and Dash which can use application launchers, you have to make sure the binary is stored in your PATH variable in the command line. If you want to make this usable one-time, then run export PATH="/opt/eclipse:$PATH". If you want this to work perpetually for the future, then we ...


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Note that you've installed Eclipse Neon, not Eclipse Indigo, which is a good thing. In any case, what you've installed is just the installer program. You have to run "eclipse-inst" to actually install Eclipse.


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Go to https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ . Find the "Get Eclipse Neon" block, there should be a "Download 64 bit" button there, then the "Download" button. That will give you a "eclipse-inst-linux64.tar.gz". Open it with your archive manager. Extract it to a temporary location (subdir of Downloads, most likely). Then open the resulting "eclipse-...


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add-apt-repository -y ppa:webupd8team/java apt-get update echo debconf shared/accpeted-oracle-license-v1-1 select true | debconf-set-selections echo debconf shared/accpeted-oracle-license-v1-1 seen true | debconf-set-selections apt-get -y install oracle-java8-installer


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To use third party ppa's is always a risk and cannot be used in all environments. Do to get rid of apt-get's eclipse which is old sudo apt-get purge eclipse* Get and extract the official tarball in Eclipse homepage and do sudo mv eclipse /usr/local/ sudo chmod -R 755 /usr/local/eclipse sudo chown -R root:root /usr/local/eclipse sudo ln -s /usr/local/...



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