Re: Running Java program
On Tuesday 31 December 2002 00:28, Derrick 'dman' Hudson wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 31, 2002 at 12:08:57AM +0330, Aryan Ameri wrote:
> | which java tells me that my java is installed in /usr/bin/java while I
> | installed my 1.4.1 JRE in /opt/java.sun.
> | And java -version tells me that my version of java is 1.1.8 . Apparently,
> | I have two versions of java installed on this machine. How can I
> | explicitly point bash to use the 1.4.1 one instead of the 1.1.8 one?
> You have a few choices :
> . use the absolute path
This is currently working, although it is a pain, but it works.
> . set up PATH so that the desired one is found first
I did that in /etc/profile (That's where you setup path isn't it? ), but with
> . create appropriate symlinks
good idea, but messy I believe.
> . remove 1.1.8. It's too old anyways.
apt-get remove java didn't work. Have to figure out the name of the package.
> . use 'update-alternatives' to manage the existing symlinks
> (this is what I recommend, after you install the java package)
"update-alternatives --auto java" didn't do a thing, although it didn't give
me an error message either.
How about making an alias in .bachrc ?