On 09/07/2010 08:33 PM, Uriel Carrasquilla wrote: > I don't have root access to my machine. > I installed Sun Java 1.6 in my own user directory. > I created a java a soft link in $HOME/bin. > But I cannot put $HOME/bin ahead of the other libraries in $PATH. > How can I force freenet to use the java version in $HOME/bin? > > Or if this is not the right approach, what would suggest?
at terminal can you export JAVA_HOME and then type env and see what it says? alternatively can you specify which java version to use when starting freenet? off the top of my head i can't remember how to do this at terminal. i have two versions of java installed and gnome let's me select which version to use when i right click on the jar. hope that helps, eric c
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