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Look at this thread: How to uninstall NetBeans? If that doesn't work: Try looking for a readme or a help in the netbeans folder, and look for more information on uninstalling. You also can run the command gksudo nautilus, which opens your file manager which can delete all files, even those which normally are read only. Then go to other locations in that ...


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I think I've found a solution. The problem doesn't happen anymore (tested for 2 days so far). I removed the openbox desktop environment sudo apt-get purge openbox obconf obmenu Also removed Cairo. I'm not sure which one solved the problem, but definitely not needing them anymore. How to remove desktop environments?


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You have it removed. Bash is just telling you, hey, if you want to run java, here are the packages you can install. Try running which java. If no output, then you don't have any JDK installed. You can install any one of the packages suggested.


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Test edit the "netbeans.conf" file located in the "etc" directory where you installed Netbeans and change the parameter "netbeans_jdkhome". Previous: netbeans_jdkhome="/usr" Now: netbeans_jdkhome="/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-oracle" Pointing to the address where java is installed, the address shown is for version 15.10 of ubuntu If it not works not reinstalls ...


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Put your .netbeans Homefolder into a Ramdisk as I mentioned here.



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