Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva wrote:
Nice to hear that they have fixed that problem, I most confess It was
been a log time sins I pulled it down via apt-get :). So I take it you
don't have any permission problems with neither the geronimo files,
process or eclipse then. I am currently running eclipse 3.3.0 but I
had the Eclipse Geronimo plugin on 3.2 hocked up on my geronimo
directory and I remember seeing a similar problem to the on you
describe (in 1) below that was related to file ownership on the
if you choose your ~/.eclipse dir to install the updates, you won't
have that problem. It occurs when you try to install the updates at
/usr/lib/eclipse or /usr/local/lib/eclipse. Try to add your user to the
staff group, it may fix this issue.
I have never tried to do what you are describing in 2. below except
maybe by mistake when I forgot to shutdown G before starting it in
eclipse and has always considered it a fault made by me ;).
Hopefully someone else can shed some light on this for you?
On 7/23/07, Peter Petersson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Rodrigues da Silva wrote:
> I am relatively new to Apache Geronimo. I am implementing a
> engineering lab project at the university and chose Geronimo as an
> application server. I have downloaded and installed the Geronimo
> Plugin for Eclipse 1.2.0 through update manager. I am running
> 1.1.1 on a i386-debian-4.0r0 and Eclipse SDK 3.2.2 with WST 1.5.4
> (from update manager) on an amd64 with Ubuntu 7.04 (eclipse
> from repositories) and Sun Java 5 JVM (also from repositories).
> There are two issues I've been facing, which are:
> 1. The local server won't start from inside the IDE. It actually
> starts but remains in "Starting..." state after a successful
> After several minutes, Eclipse returns a fail message. I have seen
> some issues alike reported on this list, but the possible solution
> (install 1.2.1 plugin) didn't work. I downloaded the daily 1.2.1
> driver from devtools site but unzipping it to the plugins/features
> directories was effectless (there was no "Geronimo" runtime
> available). The worst thing is that this bug seemed to have been
> resolved on 1.2.0 as I could read from its release notes. Another
> is that starting a local server worked at a faculty machine
> Windows 2k.
I am also using Ubuntu but I stop fetching Eclipse from Ubuntu repos as
there was issues with file rights creating problem when fetching new
eclipse modules via eclipse download manager. I don't know the current
situation but I know Eclipse has set up a project, inviting linux dists,
to try to overcome this type of problems. Maybe your problems are
related to process and file ownership rights ? I suggest you download
and install eclipse into /usr/local and make sure the eclipse user have
all the rights he needs also on the geronimo files and processes.
hope this helps
> 2. The server state won't reflect the real server state when one
> geronimo instance is started from outside the IDE (as I could read
> IBM developerWorks papers, it should). I have tried with remote and
> local instances of geronimo. Therefore I couldn't deploy
> through eclipse, as the servers were in "Stopped" state and Eclipse
> tried to start them, thereafter failing as they were already
> from outside. This wouldn't work in windows 2k as well.
> I would appreciate if someone could help me, as this environment
> issues are delaying our project.
> My best regards,
> Rodrigo R. Silva
> University of São Paulo
> Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva
> Engenharia de Computação - Coop8
> Grêmio Politécnico - Gestão Colabora
> "Não importa como morre o home, importa como vive." Carijó, velho
> "To the person with only a hammer, everything looks like a nail."
Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva
Engenharia de Computação - Coop8
Grêmio Politécnico - Gestão Colabora
"Não importa como morre o home, importa como vive." Carijó, velho do
"To the person with only a hammer, everything looks like a nail."