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Distribution without JRE does not start on linux #261

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pkeller opened this Issue Nov 8, 2016 · 7 comments

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pkeller commented Nov 8, 2016

I get a window with a NoClassDefFoundError:
screenshot-startup error

This happens with both versions 1.5.2 and 1.5.4. The distributions with an included JRE start up OK.

I had a look at the startup script, but I can't really follow what is going on, sorry. I am running openSUSE Leap 42.1, and the following Java version:

openjdk version "1.8.0_101"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 3.1.0) (suse-15.1-x86_64)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.101-b13, mixed mode)
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Hi @pkeller, it means OpenJFX didn't installed on your system.

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rahmanusta commented Nov 8, 2016

Hi @pkeller, it means OpenJFX didn't installed on your system.

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You can install Oracle JDK, or install OpenJFX on your system. Because, OpenJDK doesn't include OpenJFX by default. I don't know whether Suse provide OpenJFX packages but you can build OpenJFX by instructions. https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/Building+OpenJFX

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rahmanusta commented Nov 8, 2016

You can install Oracle JDK, or install OpenJFX on your system. Because, OpenJDK doesn't include OpenJFX by default. I don't know whether Suse provide OpenJFX packages but you can build OpenJFX by instructions. https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/Building+OpenJFX

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Thanks: starting with Oracle JRE works (do I really need the JDK to run AsciidocFX? Might I hit problems if I use the JRE?).

OpenSUSE don't provide OpenJFX as a standard package, and someone else asking about it on their forums got the same advice: use Oracle's, or build it yourself.

Perhaps this could be mentioned explicitly in the linux AsciidocFX installation instructions? (By the way, the download links there are out of date: they get version 1.5.2)

pkeller commented Nov 8, 2016

Thanks: starting with Oracle JRE works (do I really need the JDK to run AsciidocFX? Might I hit problems if I use the JRE?).

OpenSUSE don't provide OpenJFX as a standard package, and someone else asking about it on their forums got the same advice: use Oracle's, or build it yourself.

Perhaps this could be mentioned explicitly in the linux AsciidocFX installation instructions? (By the way, the download links there are out of date: they get version 1.5.2)

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Yes @pkeller, JRE and JavaFX Runtime are required to run AsciidocFX, not JDK.

Could you please make a pull request on installation instructions ?

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rahmanusta commented Nov 8, 2016

Yes @pkeller, JRE and JavaFX Runtime are required to run AsciidocFX, not JDK.

Could you please make a pull request on installation instructions ?

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OK - I'll do that. Thanks for your help.

pkeller commented Nov 8, 2016

OK - I'll do that. Thanks for your help.

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Actually don't think that I can create a pull request for the links that are wrong, because they are on asciidocfx.com, here: http://asciidocfx.com/#truehow-to-install-asciidocfx

The links in index.adoc in this repo are correct.

pkeller commented Nov 8, 2016

Actually don't think that I can create a pull request for the links that are wrong, because they are on asciidocfx.com, here: http://asciidocfx.com/#truehow-to-install-asciidocfx

The links in index.adoc in this repo are correct.

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You are right, I have update it manually.

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rahmanusta commented Nov 17, 2016

You are right, I have update it manually.

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