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After installing JDeveloper 11.1.1.6.0 on 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04, it refuses to start. It says it can't find libxext.so.6. I can see that libxext.so.6 does exist on the machine. Making a symlink to it in JDeveloper's own lib directory doesn't work because it's a 64-bit library, and JDeveloper is set up as 32-bit. How can we get the needed library installed so JDeveloper can run?

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I was not able to solve the problem either, but I chose the *.jar (Generic) installer of JDeveloper instead of the bin one and now it runs without a problem. I hope it helps

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You can fix this by editing file %JDEV_HOME%/jdev/bin/jdev.conf and change the line start with setJavaHome to a valid 64bit JDK. That fix my problem. Hope this can help you.

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