Selecting previously unselected package libidl-common. The point is none of those worked. Please edit your answer accordingly. Installed it and it started to work! So, if it is not a big deal for you to uninstall and reinstall in order to make them match, I would do that. So if the it can't find the correct jvm bit versions are different through any of these three places, it cribs The recommended way is to edit the eclipse. Selecting previously unselected package libx11-dev:i386. In order to avoid conflict I have decided to remove old Java versions 8 and java 9.
Selecting previously unselected package libsm-dev:i386. I guess that's because of the web browser. I went to the Java manual install page which was not as directly accessible as you'd like and installed the 64bit version. I tried answer by YouYou. Since many programmers think that same Java runs on multiple operating system e.
If you have any questions or feedback then please drop a comment. Pay special attention to it. Note also that this entry has to be the last one in the eclipse. Junior Member It took me two hours of hunting the internet to find a solution to my problem, so I thought I would debut my forum posting to the community by giving steps on how to get Eclipse to work on Windows 7 64-bit. Which is bullshit, because I downloaded every version possible to try and make it work.
This file is located with the SapNetweaverDeveloperStudio. Two ways to work around this. Not the answer you're looking for? Selecting previously unselected package libgnome2-bin. Hello Rohini, Are you using 64-bit Operating System e. Selecting previously unselected package libatk-wrapper-java.
I have this error and am tired of just trying to get eclipse to work so that I can build an app. When their bit type did not match, eclipse could not find it. One for 7, one for 8, etc. Eclipse was running fine yesterday and has been since I installed it about a year ago. I have run into this problem too. Now try restarting your eclipse by clicking eclipse. When it is done simply go to your Eclipse directory which is inside the extracted files done in the first part of this tutorial and run the eclipse.
Selecting previously unselected package libgnomevfs2-0:i386. Junior Member I know this is an old thread, but obviously it's something that keeps coming up. When I pointed at javaw. You can use all the default settings 5. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information. Well this answer is to those who tried all of them others an still no luck, May this be Android studio or Eclipse i usually do this when everything else fails.
I have been using Eclipse since last 10 years and never faced this error before. The first place it searches is the current directory, then the eclipse. Selecting previously unselected package libgnome2-0:i386. Before getting into details and trying to find root cause and solution of Eclipse Java Virtual Machine not found error, let's see some background about Eclipse. Note also that this entry has to be the last one in the eclipse.
Done Building dependency tree Reading state information. Selecting previously unselected package liborbit2:i386. I ended up installing: Java Runtime Environment 1. Not the answer you're looking for? Reopen Command prompt window, and run your java code. Done The following extra packages will be installed: gcj-4. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming.
Seems that there must be another way, since I have read so many pages on how to fix this and none of them work. That leads me to believe that the statement on Eclipse site about the version being a 64-bit is incorrect. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. Done Some packages could not be installed. Can you please help me with that if you know anything or at least can somebody tell me how to run my computer in 32x mode so i ll get rid of 64x problem at all? Selecting previously unselected package libgconf2-4:i386. Selecting previously unselected package libxt-dev:i386.
And The Eclipse 64-bit version wouldn't detect the java 32-bit version. Drake Junior Member Drake Christensen wrote on Sun, 28 November 2010 02:12 Again, an informative error message at this point would have saved me a lot of time. Done E: Unable to locate package gcj-4. All three downloads in a package. It seems to work well now. Make sure to add -vm before the -vmargs section.