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Vassal Crash

Postby NeoLitik » February 4th, 2020, 5:43 pm

Hi there, i leave windows 7 for Linux Mint one month ago.
I tried to play on vassal. I tried to add different module, and each time the same crash.

please find below the log file :

https://framabin.org/p/?c493e0f517a1e27 ... 74PoZ8FnI=

Thank a lot for your job :)
(sorry for my dirty rusty english)
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Re: Vassal Crash

Postby uckelman » February 5th, 2020, 10:54 pm

Thus spake NeoLitik:
> Hi there, i leave windows 7 for Linux Mint one month ago.
> I tried to play on vassal. I tried to add different module, and each
> time the same crash.
>
> please find below the log file :
>
> https://framabin.org/p/?c493e0f517a1e27 ... 74PoZ8FnI=[1]

The log shows that you're using Java 11. VASSAL 3.2.17 isn't compatible
with anything later than Java 8. (VASSAL 3.3.0 will work with Java 9
and later, but isn't ready yet.)

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Re: Vassal Crash

Postby NeoLitik » February 17th, 2020, 8:02 pm

Thank a lot for your answer !

I tried with some key word like "install java 8 on linux" on duckduckgo but unfortunately nothing work...
do you have a special step by step method (specially made for this kind of situation with vassal engine ?)

thank a lot :)
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Re: Vassal Crash

Postby uckelman » February 29th, 2020, 1:55 pm

Thus spake NeoLitik:
> Thank a lot for your answer !
>
> I tried with some key word like "install java 8 on linux" on duckduckgo
> but unfortunately nothing work...
> do you have a special step by step method (specially made for this kind
> of situation with vassal engine ?)
>

On Mint, you'd need to do something like 'sudo apt install openjdk-8-jdk'
to install Java 8.

After that, you might need to set it as your default Java:

sudo update-alternatives --config java

and then select the option which has an '8' in it.

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