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Yeah I just can't do it. Help!

I tried installing eclipse and it just says error.

So I tried installing the sdk.

And did the rpm file but it just ain't working. There is no javac recognized.
What shall I do?

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>I'm not getting anywhere.
You mean the Sun packages don't show up in YaST? What FTP URL did you add, and have you tried restarting the program first?

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Well I go to yast, and type in eclipse then it says no matches found?

Then I try your link and add a java repository via an ftp address, but all come back with a not recognised warning?

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Well I go to yast, and type in eclipse then it says no matches found?

Shouldn't it be eclipse-gtk? I really have no clue.

Then I try your link and add a java repository via an ftp address, but all come back with a not recognised warning?

Could you post a screenshot? For some reason, those things seem to say a million words.

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Nope eclipse-gtk bring up nothing either. It is almost as if Novell has crippled this on purpose.

I'll post a screeny asap.

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Here is the error msg. It is the same for any repository i choose.

Thanx in advance.

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OK, I think I know what went wrong. Try entering this:

Server name: ftp.sjtu.edu.cn Directory on server: opensuse/distribution/SL-OSS-stable/inst-source-java/ Good luck.

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