This note from a very happy camper.
Moving ~/. Netbeans out of the way did the job. Netbeans is clean as a
I'm very grateful to all the helpful folks in this group. All of your
various suggestions have taught me a great deal and made me more likely to
be able to solve my own problems in the future (fingers crossed!)
I hope someday to be able to repay the group.
PS: Michael, you asked which version I'm using: it's 5.0. I'm a patient man,
don't need beta versions. the "old" projects were developed partly under a
previous version of Netbeans (can't recall previous version number, maybe
4.1) but also one or two under 5.0.
On 5/17/06 21:27, " Michael Hall" <email@hidden> wrote:
> On May 17, 2006, at 7:23 PM, Lou Cohen wrote:
>> Should I trash everything in ~/. Netbeans?
>> Is there anything else I need to trash?
>> What about Java 1.5? Is there a way to do a "clean" re-install? or
>> I bother?
> I'm not a Netbeans user and to be safe you would probably want to
> wait until you here something from them. But it's usually pretty safe
> to move something aside where it won't be found. Then you can always
> put it back later.
> mv ~/.Netbeans ~/Desktop/.Netbeans
> Maybe. Then try it.
> I would probably do this before attempting a clean install on the off-
> chance it clears up your problems. Maybe not a good chance but
> reasonably little effort and risk. Generally proceeding from easy and
> safe to more involved and riskier is a somewhat optimistic approach.
> Mike Hall mikehall at spacestar dot net
Permanent email: email@hidden
Cambridgeport Observatory: http://www.jolc.net
Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
Java-dev mailing list (email@hidden)
Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription:
This email sent to email@hidden