Permanently Setting the Java_Home
I want to permanently my "JAVA_HOME" (for a windows tem) to the PATH for my user (or all users if that's easier becuase I am the only one) in Fedora (Core 2). But I am a extreme newbie and can't seem to figure out how to add it so that it's always there. I am trying to install eclipse, which requries the jdk to run........
I have tried doing this throug the terminal which allows me to set it for that terminal session, but it dies after that and Eclipse can't find it when i do get it set.......
I have heard about editing the .bashrc file but when I try to look at it through the GUI I can't find the file in the file browser. And when I find it in the terminal, I can't figure out how to open it to edit it.
This is becoming very frustrating so any help would be appreciated. I know this should be a easy task so I don't understand what part I am not doing correctly to get it to work.