[PC-BSD Testing] Eclipse 3.7.0_4 PBI
kris at pcbsd.org
Mon Mar 5 07:24:39 PST 2012
On 03/02/2012 15:42, Ronald Georgia wrote:
> I am "running" PCBSD9.0 amd64 on an HP Compaq 7800p, 4Gig of RAM and a
> wicked big hard drive.
> I attempted to install Eclipse-3.7.0_4 from AppCafe and got the error
> message "An error occurred installing Eclipse. You may need to update
> this PBI manually." (See attached file eclipse-appcafe-error.png). I
> checked the /usr/pbi directory and eclipse-amd64 was not created.
> From the command-line I issue the following command:
> [root at rong1611-s1] ~# pbi_add --rArch amd64 --repo 001 -r -v Eclipse
> After the install process I got this message:
> Extraction Finished!
> /tmp/.PBI.9164/.PBI-header.9164/post-install.sh: cannot create
> /usr/pbi/eclipse-amd64/eclipse/eclipse.ini: No such file or directory
> Installed: Eclipse-3.7.0_4
> Running Eclipse from the menu does not launch the application. I
> checked /usr/pbi/eclipse-amd64/.sbin and found that the eclipse script
> was missing; however the eclipse-devel file was there.
> [root at rong1611-s1] /usr/pbi/eclipse-amd64/.sbin# cp eclipse-devel eclipse
> Eclipse works.
> I add the icon to the desktop:
> [rgeorgia at rong1611-s1] ~> pbi_info | grep eclipse
> [rgeorgia at rong1611-s1] ~> pbi_icon add-desktop eclipse-3.7.0_4-amd64
> Installed PyDev and a host of other plugins without incident.
> Warning: Using Help -> Check for Updates and selecting the available
> updates and installing them will cause Eclipse to not launch. Still
> working on why that is happening.
> r0n ge0rgia
> John 13:23
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We have an updated eclipse PBI being built on the server with fixes for
this, it should be done in 24-48 hours.
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