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[resolved] Start Talend Runtime on CentOS 6.4 fails

Hello,
I am trying to start Talend Runtime on CentOS 6.4. JAVA_HOME is set correctly and java -version works.
When I try to start
/opt/Talend-Runtime-V5.3.1/bin/start
nothing happens as well as no log file is written.
When I call ./trun directly I get the following output:
./trun: line 375: exec: sun: not found
Does anybody know the problem here?
Kind regards
Hilderich
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Re: [resolved] Start Talend Runtime on CentOS 6.4 fails

In a linux environment you have to add the path where you find java to the PATH variable. I do not mean the path to the symbolic link e.g. /usr/bin/java I mean the actual path to the java interpreter of the JDK. Under Debian it is typically something like that: /usr/lib/jvm/jdk-1.7.0/bin/ find it out with follow the links for the java in /usr/bin.
The problem is, the studio tries to find the jdk folders next to the java binary and cannot find it because java is found in the mentioned link.
The next thing is you have to install the xulrunner and you have to provide the path to the xulrunner also in the Studio ini file.
Take a look at these tickets:
https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/DOCT-3493
and
https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/DOCT-3403
Here is explained what you have to do.
Please take care you do not have spaces or a minus in your path to the studio or workspace!
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Re: [resolved] Start Talend Runtime on CentOS 6.4 fails

Hi,
What's your JDK version? And 64 bit or 32 bit?
Have you checked document TalendHelpCenter:Compatible Platforms?
Best regards
Sabrina
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Seventeen Stars

Re: [resolved] Start Talend Runtime on CentOS 6.4 fails

In a linux environment you have to add the path where you find java to the PATH variable. I do not mean the path to the symbolic link e.g. /usr/bin/java I mean the actual path to the java interpreter of the JDK. Under Debian it is typically something like that: /usr/lib/jvm/jdk-1.7.0/bin/ find it out with follow the links for the java in /usr/bin.
The problem is, the studio tries to find the jdk folders next to the java binary and cannot find it because java is found in the mentioned link.
The next thing is you have to install the xulrunner and you have to provide the path to the xulrunner also in the Studio ini file.
Take a look at these tickets:
https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/DOCT-3493
and
https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/DOCT-3403
Here is explained what you have to do.
Please take care you do not have spaces or a minus in your path to the studio or workspace!