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Most likely, you've run out of your inotify watches. Probably, you're running some file synchronization tools(eg. Dropbox) in background? In Linux, the internal implementation of tail -f command uses the inotify mechanism by default, so as to monitor file changes. If you've run out of all the inotify watches(8192 by default), then inotify -f have to ...
While Java is made such that a Java application can run across different operating systems without changing the code and recompiling it. It is (for example) somewhat easy to introduce Windows specific things and thus preventing it to run on Linux or Mac. Of course you will need to install everything that your java application needs again on the Linux side. ...
Check your kernel version, it might be this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1101666
I had the exact the same problem. I had to run this command (see below) to see what all tomcat related libraries are there and remove ALL the tomcat related libraries: To see what all tomcat related libraries are there: dpkg -l | grep -i tomcat To remove a tomcat library: dpkg -P <library-name> Then, I reinstalled tomcat7 using the command: ...
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