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That may be an OpenJDK issue. Sometimes the Oracle JDK is required in order to get something to work. Generally the JDKs are downwards compatible, you could as well use version 8. Here is a tutorial how to install it: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/install/linux_jdk.html If you already installed (read: put it somewhere on your ...


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I don't think you are supposed to open Android Studio as root anyways, only sudo programs if you really need to, even if you think they are safe. Anyways, I think this is due to your environment variables not being set when you run the script as root. You may have to set your JAVA_HOME variable in the script (before launching Android Studio) Run this ...


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Your default users are sys and system. According to the Oracle website the passwords are displayed in a message during installation, but I guess you didn't see it? It used to be that the default users had default passwords. For sys it was: change_on_install and for system: manager. As you can guess these weren't changed on install, which generally caused ...



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