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I'm setting up a RHEL 4 VM and have installed Oracle Java 1.6 from a bin file to /opt. I've added it into the PATH but when I try to run a installer that needs Java to run it says that it can't find a Java installation in my PATH but when I execute a which java I get the following:
# which java
/usr/bin/which: no java in (/usr/kerberos/sbin:/usr/kerberos/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin:/opt/jre1.6.0_23/bin/java:/root/bin:$/opt/jre1.6.0_23/bin/:$)
I would say show us with an ls -al exactly where java is please - also I may have just never seen it but whats with the "$" in your path? All you should need (if java is in /opt/jre1.6.0_23/bin) is /opt/jre1.6.0_23/bin in your path....
# ls /opt/jre1.6.0_23/
bin javaws man README Welcome.html
COPYRIGHT lib plugin THIRDPARTYLICENSEREADME.txt
Don't know what you want this for, but there you go.
Also, I tried setting JAVA_HOME to /opt/jre1.6.0_23 where I instyalled it and logged off and on again but it made no difference.
What I really wanted was an ls of /opt/jre1.6.0_23/bin but thats cool - I just want to actually see the java executable in case it is a link that is not working as many times "java" is just a link to the current version - can you run /opt/jre1.6.0_23/bin/java? Is it even there? This is at least the starting point of finding the problem - I mean at this point we need to figure out if it is a problem with the way java was installed or if it is a path issue or something else entirely.