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BioX is not compatible with Java 11 You must use the older (still supported) JRE 8. You can still install this version of the JRE from the Ubuntu repositories. To install the JRE, or Java Runtime Environment, you can fetch it from the terminal using the apt package manager: $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install openjdk-8-jre If you already have another JRE ...


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Create a script myscript.sh containing #!/bin/bash echo 'deb http://www.duinsoft.nl/pkg debs all' >> /etc/apt/sources.list execute it with (you have to give execute permission to it first e.g. chmod u+x myscript.sh) sudo ./myscript.sh


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Pressing Ctrl+z in the terminal, you suspended the running process, in this case the editor gedit. If you then attempt to close it, you get the screen you see because the app is not responding - you made it not responsive because you suspended it. Type bg to send the suspended foreground process to the background and resume it. The command prompt will be ...


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If you need, for example, to automatically switch to Java 8 (compiler 1.8), in an one-liner, for example for a script or continuous integration test suite, you can run sudo update-java-alternatives -s $(sudo update-java-alternatives -l | grep 8 | cut -d " " -f1) || echo '.' It will automatically fetch any java 8 version available and set it using ...


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Just a side note (too big for a comment). If you need to automatically switch to Java 8 (compiler 1.8), in an one-liner, for example for a script or continuous integration test suite, you can run sudo update-java-alternatives -s $(sudo update-java-alternatives -l | grep 8 | cut -d " " -f1) || echo '.' It will automatically fetch any java 8 version ...


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install nvidia-prime and run the launcher with prime-run java -jar ./launchersname.jar


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You can install icedtea to add web start, instead of switching to Oracle. On Debian 10: apt install icedtea-netx


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Consider also using the GUI tool galternatives available through the ubuntu package manager.


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I was having the same problem with you right now, tried more versions even. What solved the problem here was... opening a new bash. I kid you not. Hope it solves for you too.


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I've done it! I've found it! I found a hack that works! Make a script at any desired location. Save the file path for later. I personally put mine at ~/.minecraft/launch.sh. Copy and paste the following: #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/prime-run /usr/bin/java $@ Your java or prime-run executables may be found somewhere else. To find them, simply type these into your ...


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The solution was to use: $ sudo java -Djava.library.path=/usr/lib/jni/ -cp /usr/share/java/RXTXcomm.jar:/home/fadedbee/tc65sh-1.4.0/bin/tc65sh.jar org.tc65sh.Main -p /dev/ttyUSB0 -b 115200 -f push.txt It solves the first problem, but now I'm left with: $ sudo java -Djava.library.path=/usr/lib/jni/ -cp /usr/share/java/RXTXcomm.jar:/home/fadedbee/tc65sh-1.4.0/...


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For those who currently (see the answer date) use eclipse this is a simple guide on how to use a specific theme, probably a light one. Version 2021-06 doesn't require your root access, assuming you had downloaded it from the official site, because it defaults to install the IDE per user. so the steps maybe a little bit different it stores the .desktop entry ...


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