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When I installed LimeWire by clicking on the RPM file and tried to run it it said no java path found.
Thinking I may have a bad download, I re-downloaded and tried again. It said: Everything already installed.
I used updatedb and slocate to find every LimeWire file and directory on my machine.
I used rm -rf to remove all of these files.
I then tried to install Lime Wire again and received the same message.
I searched the forums without success other than to discover how to set the PATH, which probably would have solved my initial problem.
How do I get around this?
Please leave answer on the 'bottom shelf' for non-techies like me.
Make sure you have the java rpm installed as an rpm and then try installing the limewire rpm after making sure that your .bash_profile has a path to java that is similar to what Linux~Powered posted and you have logged out of your system and back in again. If it still complains that java is missing and you have it installed, try doing