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Resin install problem

jano ror

Joined: Sep 25, 2008
Posts: 1
I'm completely new to Linux and are having a hard time here. I've been trying to install resin for quite some time now, but problems seem to be popping up as i go along. The latest, and most irritating, problem appeared when i was almost home free. I run the file in the resin/bin directory, and resin begins loading into memory, as it's supposed to. Everything works according to plan until this message appears:

Then the message which tells that host is stopping goes into loop with
different numbers for xx in {resin-xx} appearing.

I'm completely lost here, can anybody help me out?
I'm running Kubuntu 8.04.1.
Yves Zoundi
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Joined: Aug 31, 2008
Posts: 47
When such a problem occurs, you see if there were any errors printed. If not you look for servers logs. Even if you don't know Linux, the server logs are one of the first thing you look at. You should know which JVM you're using(ie not GCJ). Look at Ubuntu wiki and tutorials. I suggest that you buy a small Linux book and play more with Linux, especially if you're expected to work with it.

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