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Google Chrome 35 onwards does not support java plugin. If you want to use java on browser either use Mozilla Firefox or downgrade Chrome to 34 version - not recommended(backup your bookmarks and settings).
You can create a .desktop file that will do this. Bash file are usually run from the terminal, while .desktop files simply run a command, not necessarily needing a Terminal. As for launching Minecraft, that's simple enough. Run nano ~/.local/share/applications/minecraft.desktop in Terminal Copy/paste this in to the file you just opened: [Desktop Entry] ...
You should modify source path used by gdb to find out source file. According to gdb manual: Executable programs sometimes do not record the directories of the source files from which they were compiled, just the names. Even when they do, the directories could be moved between the compilation and your debugging session. GDB has a list of ...
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
JabRef is a reference management software that uses BibTeX as its native format. JabRef provides an easy-to-use interface for editing BibTeX files, for importing data from online scientific databases, and for managing and searching BibTeX files. I have no idea why it is writing to file. However, this comamnd: find . -type d -name .svn -prune -o -cmin ...
Ubuntu 13.04 has reached it End of Life(EOL) and its repositories have been moved to an archive server. Use this link to change your sources to the archive server. However, I would advise you to install a supported version, ie Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10.
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