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Please note that I have no idea as to the path of your JVM, as I have yet to install Java on my fresh Ubuntu 16.04 VirtualBox image, but this should get you started on the right path (pun intended). You should have an eclipse.ini file located at $ECLIPSE_HOME/eclipse.ini Open the above file: gedit $ECLIPSE_HOME/eclipse.ini. For in-depth coverage of the ...


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Try running the command: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras This will attempt to install all of the "restricted" packages, such as MP3 codecs. These are not natively built into Ubuntu due to licensing restrictions. An end user must manually install them. If the above fails to work for you, open your file in the Movies program built in to your ...


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Install vlc Enter on Ubuntu Software Center, search for VLC and install it. After that, right click on your music/video and open with VLC


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There is no technical problem here, but a legal one. Some countries have illiberal laws called “Digital restrictive management” and software patents, if you country has these laws then it is probably illegal for you to use this software. Therefore you question is a legal one. You need to find out about local laws.



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