Steps: 1. Start a terminal and type: sudo su. 2. Determine the folder in which Java is installed. To do this, enter: which java. 3. Now, to install JAVA_HOME for all users, edit the bash.bashrc file 4. At the end of the file, enter the following lines (one after the other): Line 1: JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun Line 2: export JAVA_HOME Line 3: PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME Line 4: export PATH 5. Close terminal, then open it again and type: echo $JAVA_HOME; a new path will be displayed. 6. Enter: java –version to find out the version of Java installed. Also, don't enter the path displayed by the which java command. Instead, type: JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun
merin replied to Thunderstudent's topic in General DiscussionMy favorite mod is Chisel. The mod adds a ton of new blocks and patterns, but it also allows you to craft a chisel that lets you change the appearance of blocks by smacking them. Also, Biomes O'Plenty - mod retains all of the default biomes, but it adds dozens more, including a mystic grove populated by pixies.