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I am trying to install JCC.


  • svn co
  • sudo python

I am getting this error:

Java JDK directory '/usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64' does not exist. Please set the environment variable JCC_JDK to the correct location before help.

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Here is a link on how to set environment variables in Ubuntu:… – Atif Mar 7 '13 at 17:04

First, we need to install setuptools from:

Then, go the jcc folder we downloaded. The default folder is: ~/jcc

Then, using this command: sudo python install

By the way, the second line of the commands you have is not correct. 'sudo python' should be 'sudo python install'

check the site:

And the system I use is Ubuntu 12.10 64-bit

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