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How to trace a java-program?

As a sysadmin I sometimes face situations, where a program behaves abnormally, while not creating errors at all or creating nonsense error-messages. In the past - before java came in - there were two ...
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Problem to launch java at Debian: “error while loading shared libraries: libjli.so”

I'm trying to launch java: $ java -version java: error while loading shared libraries: libjli.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory $ ldd /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk/jre/bin/...
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How to fix Java applications mouse pointer offset in Awesome WM?

How to reproduce in Awesome WM v3.5.2 through 3.5.5 (so far): Install OpenJDK or Oracle Java 7. This bug has been observed with both. Start a new Awesome WM session with the default configuration. ...
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Java location from /usr/bin/java

I'm trying to find my java location within my Linux system and got this [980@b449 ~]$ which java /usr/bin/java [980@b449 ~]$ readlink -f $(which java) /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk-1.6.0.0.x86_64/...
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Is there any way to tell if a shell script was killed with signal 9

I have a bash script (called from a java program) that keeps getting killed. I always catch the signal 15 with trap but then some other signal comes along that I suspect is signal 9 but am in ...
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How to find path where jdk installed?

I've installed jdk1.7.0.rpm package in RHEL6. Where I do find the path to execute my first java program?
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Kill only one Java process

I usually run few Java applications, one for server running locally and other for some IDE like NetBeans. And from time to time, after lots of redeployments, my server get stuck on ...
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Command Line Tool for monitoring Java Heap

Is there any command line tool for monitoring the heap size usage of Java in CentOS?
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What is the safe way to allow Java 7 to run on SELinux

Short version: What is the most secure way to allow Java 7 to run on (with?) SELinux? Long version: Sorry in advance if I use incorrect terminology. I'm really just a Java developer with a meager ...
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How can i know which unistd.h file is loaded?

I have several unistd.h files in my Ubuntu Linux. I've one on /usr/include/asm/unistd.h. This file has this directives: # ifdef __i386__ # include "unistd_32.h" # else # include "unistd_64.h" # ...
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What is the difference between JAVA_HOME and update-alternatives?

I have been trying to figure out the best way to run OpenJDK Java Runtime as default Java for my Fedora box and use Oracle JDK 6 for Android development namely for running Android SDK Manager, Android ...
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How to find where is $JAVA_HOME set? [duplicate]

I'm a beginner with linux. I'm trying to change the value of $JAVA_HOME & I just can't seem to find in which file is it being set currently. I can't remember where did I set it the last time. ...
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Invoke Syscalls from Java

Is there a way to invoke syscalls directly from Java, or is it necessary to first call a native method?
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How to get Oracle java 7 to work with setcap cap_net_bind_service+ep

I am trying to grant the java executable the right to open ports below 1024 on Linux. Here is the setup /home/test/java contains the Oracle Server JRE 7.0.25 CentOS 6.4 Here is what getcap ...
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Poorly performing java application vs poorly performing server

This is a very generic question, but it has been coming up more and more often for me. I would like to try and determine an appropriate course of action for this generic case, as I think it could ...
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Adding a folder of jar files to my path

Unix newbie here. I have java tools that I need to use. The tools are in a folder full of jar files. I wanted to add this folder to my path, for the obvious reasons, but after I edit my .bash_profile ...
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Java “Could not reserve enough space for object heap” even though there is enough RAM

I am currently having some issues running Java. It won't start because of heap issues. But I have more than 9 GB Ram free (or even 16 GB if you assumed the cache would be empty). This is the error I ...
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What is Debian's stance regarding GCJ and OpenJDK?

Both OpenJDK and GCJ are available for install on Debian, and now I wonder what's happening. Don't these provide same functionality?
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Java JDK missing libjli.so path in dependency list, Debian

I am scripting the creation of chroot jails and part of that automation includes copying various executables and their dependencies into the jail. I am using the following bash line to parse the file ...
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update-alternatives just for one user

I'm using a shared server. On that server different versions of Java are installed: Selection Path Priority Status ----------------------------------------...
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How to completely remove Java 6 and install Java/JDK 7 on Linux Mint 13

How can I completely remove Java 6 and install Java/JDK 7 on Linux Mint 13?
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How can I install Sun JDK on a Debian based system?

I can't find any .deb packages for Sun's Java Development Kit. How can I install it on my Debian machine without causing conflicts with the already installed openjdk packages?
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Installing openjdk-7-jdk does not update java (which is still version 1.6)

I am having issues updating Java. I am running Ubuntu 11.10. I can execute sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk and it completes successfully. javac -version is 1.7, however java -version is 1.6. This ...
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Java problem - nearly looks like a virus?

I have a weird problem since about a week. When I wake up my computer from suspend, a java process starts and consumes about 170 % CPU capacity. I analyzed the java process a bit: it connects to ...
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java plugin does not work in chromium-browser (all possible attempts exhausted)

I was using google chrome browser on Ubuntu 12.04 machine, recently I needed to switch to chromium-browser. I am using the version that is available on the Ubuntu software centre. The problem is that ...
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How can I expose JAVA_HOME to applications running under X and/or Gnome?

I'm trying to run IntelliJ from Gnome3's Applications menu, but it complains the JAVA_HOME variable is not set. I have the Java installation under my home folder. I managed to export the variable in ...
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Writing a systemd unit file with a environment-set executable path

I am writing a systemd unit file for a Java application and I'd like to control the version of Java used to start it up. My (simplified) service file is [Service] Type=simple EnvironmentFile=%h/...
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How do I change file associations from the command line?

The system in question is Solaris, using the Gnome type interface (Java Desktop Environment). We have occasional issues with users managing to mess up their file assocations (most notably .tif). ...
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Java process freezes until I use 100% CPU

The issue I encounter When working on Android-Studio, Eclipse or even command-line Gradle, the Java software often freezes (even though usually it is after I update my system/change java). For ...
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Is there a JVM daemon?

I'm curious, is there a JVM which runs as an OS daemon, and forks when a new process should be started in it ( i.e. like init, or zygote process on Android )? If no, why not? I am not talking about a ...
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Looking for a Java class in a set of JARs with find, unzip, grep

I was trying to find the JAR containing a Java Class. JARs are in zip format. My first attempt was: $ find -name "*3.0.6.RELEASE.jar" | xargs -l1 unzip -l \ | grep stereotype.Controller ...
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What to do to run GUI Java app in chrooted environment?

In my case Java app is JDownloader. I prepared chroot environment as explained here: http://www.0x61.com/forum/post5240333.html#p5240333 and here: http://interreality.org/~reed/java-chroot.html ...
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Use certain version of JRE / JDK for certain programs

I use ArchLinux, and an IDE called PyCharm. On its download page, it recommends using Java 6 instead of OpenJDK. ArchLinux has an OpenJDK package (jdk7-openjdk) that I have installed, installed, and ...
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A system-wide way to set or get $JAVA_HOME in Ubuntu?

I wonder whether Ubuntu itself provides a system-wide way to find the current JAVA_HOME or whether there is right place for setting JAVA_HOME. Mac OS X does well in this, for /usr/libexec/java_home ...
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installing Oracle 11g r2 on linux 6.1

I am trying To Install the Oracle 11g r2 on Linux 6.1 but i am Not Successful since a couple of days.When I have done all prerequisites for oracle 11 g .But When I run The Installer I got this Error ...
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Dead keys not working in Java Swing applications

I'm currently using Ubuntu 10.10 and Netbeans 7.0 and I can't type accented letters with dead keys any more. It's not a version specific problem seems it's related with Swing since I've got the same ...
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Installing OpenJDK on a Netbsd Sparc64 Server

I am currently working on a project that involves running the lift framework on a sun sparc64 architecture. Due to limited support from more popular unix distros, I am running NetBSD 64-bit on the ...
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How do I update IcedTea?

I've only been using Linux for about a month. I'm running Mint 13. I'm trying to use www.goproblems.com but it tells me that my IcedTea is out of date. I hoped there was a package but I can't find ...
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What's the easiest way of installing JRE on Debian?

What is the easiest way of installing JRE on my Debian OS (Linux)?
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Minimal Java installation for Linux with no GUI

I'm working on a CentOS 6.3 x86_64 minimal OS (installed using the netinstall ISO). This system is not expected to run anything beyond console apps/services and Tomcat7. When I attempt to install ...
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How to make apt recognize an installed tar package?

I've installed Oracle Java. I want to be able to remove OpenJDK, but when trying to do so apt wants to install another version of Java. How can I configure apt so that it knows I already have a ...
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How do I download and launch a JNLP file in CentOS?

I'm using Amazon's GPU cluster to experiment with some HPC java code on CentOS. The Java application is in JNLP format and has a GUI. I've followed Amazon's getting started video, but I'm not ...
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How do get unix sort to sort in same order as Java (by unicode value)

I shell out sorting to the unix sort command in a Java program I've written. However I am having problems arising from Java's string comparison behaving differently than the comparisons done by sort. ...
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Run java classfile from terminal

I have a compiled java file somefile.class, and when i cd into the right folder and do: java somefile it works but when i call it from another folder: java folder/somefile it doesn't work, it gives me ...
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Java doesn't show menu text

I startet netbeans/intelliJ/squirrelSQL after I didn't use it for a few days/weeks and now the menu doesn't show text. There are just the underlineds. My system: ArchLinux (everything up to date, ...
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Find the process id of a java application in a bash script (to see if the target application is already running)

I know there are a million questions on getting the process ID, but this one seems to be unique. Google has not given me the answer, so I hope stackexhange will help rather than close this question. ...
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Linux running slow with 0 swap left

Our Linux server is responding very slowly. top doesn't show any excessive CPU usage. I noticed that even though there's about 5GB of free memory, the system is using all of swap with no free swap ...
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Mathematica makes no sound under Ubuntu 11.04

After waiting for days for my license I now got the opportunity to install Wolfram Mathematica 8 at home. However, neither the Play nor the Speak functions are doing anything as it seems that ...
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Where can I set global Java Options?

I have horrible, improperly-rendered fonts in Java programs such as jabref and rubymine. This can be fixed by running _JAVA_OPTIONS='-Dawt.useSystemAAFontSettings=on' jabref I understand that I ...
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How to install JRE on firefox with fedora (64bits)

What do I need to run Java web applications on firefox with my 64bits fedora 17? I can't pass this test but I have installed the x64 rpm from there. What is missing? Additional note: I tried to ...