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Solution for Linux Install

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Solution for Linux Install

Postby Ashish Pancholi » Jan 13th, '10, 07:34

Hello,

These steps may help you:-

1> Extract SDBExplorerxxxxxxxxxx.tar.gz
2> After extracting open the SDBExplorerxxxxxxxxxx folder.
(Suppose: You have opened /home/xyz/Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02)
3> You need to modify either SDBExplorer.sh or SDBExplorer-jre.sh shell file.

If java already installed on Linux:-

Checking if java is installed:

• Now Go to Applications >> Accessories >> Terminal >>
• Write command “java-version” and hit enter you will find java version, if java is
installed.

If java is already installed on Linux then you need to update SDBExplorer.sh file. To run SDBExplorer, Java 1.5 and its above versions require to be installed.

a) Open SDBExplorer.sh file in text editor.
b) You will find “SDBExplorer_home” in sh file.
c) Provide the path of SDBExplorer home.
e.g SDBExplorer_home='/home/lxyz/Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02’
d) Close SDBExplorer.sh file.



If you have no java installed on Linux.-


a) Download latest JRE at Desktop.
b) Open SDBExplorer-jre.sh file in text editor.
c) You will find “SDBExplorer_home” in sh file.
d) Provide the path of SDBExplorer home.
e.g SDBExplorer_home='/home/lxyz/Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02’
e) Provide the path up to JRE/bin/java for “chkpath” variable.
e.g chkpath="/home/lxyz/Desktop/JRE/bin/java"
f) Now “export PATH” variable become
export PATH=$chkpath:${PATH}
g) Close SDBExplorer-jre.sh.

OR
a) Download latest JRE.
b) Rename JRE folder with jre6.
c) Copy the jre6 folder in SDBExplorerxxxxxxxxxx.
d) Open SDBExplorer-jre.sh file in text editor.
e) You will find “SDBExplorer_home” in sh file.
f) Provide the path of SDBExplorer home.
e.g SDBExplorer_home='/home/lxyz/Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02’
g) Close SDBExplorer.-jre.sh file


4> Now Go to Applications >> Accessories >> Terminal >>
5> Get into SDBExplorer Home path.
6> Run SDBExplorer.sh/ SDBExplorer.-jre.sh file.

For Example:-

In case if you have updated SDBExplorer-jre.sh
xyz-desktop:~$ cd /home/lxyz/Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02
xyz-desktop:~/ Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02$ sh SDBExplorer-jre.sh


In case if you have updated SDBExplorer.sh
xyz-desktop:~$ cd /home/lxyz/Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02
xyz-desktop:~/ Desktop/SDBExplorer2009.02$ sh SDBExplorer.sh
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