What is a good technique to "sudo killall java" but not the Eclipse process?
I have tried techniques where I grep on the classpath but everything I have tried seems messy.
Looking for a linux bash answer.
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
I don't understand why ps -al or sudo ps -al won't display for instance my java processes. If I do ps -al then I don't see for example my java jobs but I see them when I do the (strange and unrecognized) ps -xal | grep java which probably should be something else.
I have Eclipse europe CDT installed on my ubuntu system. I now want to add JDT to my eclipse so I can run java programs.
I allready ran the command sudo apt-get eclipse-jdt and it says I allready have newest version. How can I make a java project in my eclipse?
I know it has something to do with letting eclipse point to the right directory, but I have no clue how I can achieve this.
Unfortunately, when I open up Eclipse I get this error:
org.eclipse.ui.PartInitException: No editor descriptor for id org.eclipse.jdt.ui.CompilationUnitEditor
I was tring to install eclipse on ubuntu. What I did: I unzipped the tar archive of eclipse. I tried to start eclipse from the command line - like this - ./eclipse. It works. But then I tried to create a desktop icon with: gnome-desktop-item-edit ~/Desktop --create-new. In a new icon I showed the path to the eclipse executable which I could launch from the command line.