Description of problem:
Eclipse crashes if started (after the slpash image is shown).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Error occurs. Message in ~/workspace/.metadata/.log
Additional info: Log file is attached.
Created attachment 144174 [details]
/usr/local/eclipse? That doesn't look like you're using our packages. Also,
you're using the Sun VM which we can't support. *However*, I know what your
problem is :) You're using the 32-bit JVM with the 64-bit JNI bits. If you
want to use the Sun VM, get their 64-bit VM.
rpm -qa '*eclipse*'
(In reply to comment #3)
> rpm -qa '*eclipse*'
:) I don't doubt that you have the RPMs installed, but your log indicated that
eclipse was being run from /usr/local/. This is not where our RPMs install
things so I think you might be running an upstream download.
Either way, you need to do as I said above: get a 64-bit JVM and verify that
works. Running with stock FC6 should be fine but a proprietary JVM of the
64-bit flavour should work with the 64-bit Eclipse packages.
Re-opening until we get this resolved.
Created attachment 144282 [details]
scipt file for the steps a reported
Created attachment 144283 [details]
1. ls /usr/local shows *no eclipse entries*.
2. I uninstalled eclipse, installed it again and run eclipse again. Shows the
3. I have scripted all into eclipse.script (attached). The error prompt
appearing when is eclipse is started is attached to as png file.
4. JAVA is installed in /usr/local/jaca/jdk1.6.0 (from SUN). This is a 32bit
JAVA. Maybe this explains the error(s).
Ooops: Now installed a 64bit JAVA (jre1.5.0_10), and now, eclipse starts without
problems. Thanks for your support.
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