Operating Systems HP-UX Setting up new version of java Post 303007237 by anaigini45 on Tuesday 14th of November 2017 09:58:00 AM
Old 11-14-2017
Setting up new version of java

Hi,

I have got jre 1.5 that I have got to install in the HP.UX version 11.31.
I managed to install it with this command :

Code:
# swinstall -s /tmp/<jre.XXXXX.depot>

It automatically gets created in /opt/java1.5/jre/bin.
However, now I am not sure how to set the PATH to JAVA_HOME, and path to this /opt/java1.5/jre/bin. Are these two the same?

Also I used this command to try and set the PATH (wrong path) :

Code:
export PATH=/opt/java1.5/bin:$PATH

I can now see /opt/java1.5/bin at the beginning of the line when I do an
Code:
#echo $PATH

However, since the entry is wrong, how do I remove it?

Also what is the difference between using the command above to set the PATH variable, and also setting it directly in /etc/PATH?

And how do I ensure that I get the output of java version 1.5 when I type this :

Code:
java -version

As of now, when I run the command above, it says "java not found".
In other servers on the other hand, I get different java versions when I run the same command.
 

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freemind -- A Java program for creating and viewing mindmaps. SYNOPSIS
freemind [no_options] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the freemind command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has docu- mentation as a mindmap (see Help menu in FreeMind). freemind is a program that allows to create and view so-called mindmaps, as well as export them to HTML or different image formats. It also has a plugin concept to extend its functionality. OPTIONS
This program does not have any option. Just start it! ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
DEBUG If this environment variable is set, freemind gives more information on how it finds its different elements, as well as some other information. JAVACMD Default value for the java virtual machine (the java command). JAVA_BINDIR If $JAVACMD is not set, the java virtual machine is searched under $JAVA_BINDIR/java. JAVA_HOME If $JAVACMD and $JAVA_BINDIR are not set, the java virtual machine is searched under $JAVA_HOME/bin/java. PATH If all $JAVA... environment variables fail, the java virtual machine command (java) is searched in the $PATH (with which). CLASSPATH ADD_JARS The $CLASSPATH variable also lets one specify additional jars, which is good, if you want to add a new Look&Feel jar (the motif one is so ugly...). Alternatively, the content of $ADD_JARS will be prepended to $CLASSPATH. FREEMIND_BASE_DIR Directory where FreeMind searches for its plugins and libraries FILES
/etc/freemind/freemindrc ~/.freemind/freemindrc freemind tries to read its environment variables from /etc/freemind/freemindrc and ~/.freemind/freemindrc, so that specific set- tings are possible at machine and user level. /usr/bin/java If all searches through environment variables fail, the java virtual machine is expected to be /usr/bin/java; if not, freemind exits with an error. SEE ALSO
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