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Try running these commands before installing the package again. This will remove those unused packages. sudo apt-get autoremove This will update and upgrade the packages. sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
Finally it works. I was able to fix the problem by myself. I tried to fix the problem first over settings and than via Path-variables. Actually, I just needed to go to File->Project Structure... in Android Studio and edit the app properties as well as the JDK Location.
Try to change font and font size from Gnome Tweak Tool. Try different font other than default font. Change fonts. (windows Title, interface, documents ) And then, Close Netbeans then restart lightdm. Press Alt+f2 write r. Enter Open netbeans it should work.
Actually you don't need to bother modifying idea.sh, which is volatile under updates. There is a user-specific configuration file, ~/.IntelliJIdea2016.1/config/idea.jdk (the namings change accordingly), which stores the boot JDK. Official references: Selecting the JDK version the IDE will run under Directories used by the IDE to store settings, caches, ...
here is a solution: https://my.stargazer.at/2015/02/03/java-8-jvm-crash-on-linux/ it works, tried it.
I have tried many solutions but this worked for me Solution. I am posting this so that it may be helpful to others Create an empty folder so that we can install java 1.8 sudo mkdir /opt/java && cd /opt/java Now lets download java-1.8 version wget --no-cookies --no-check-certificate --header "Cookie: gpw_e24=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.oracle.com%2F; ...
i found this blog: https://twikkie.wordpress.com/2016/07/04/how-to-install-oracle-express-edition-on-ubuntu-14-04/ it contains detailed steps to achieve target.
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