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PRT Won't Launch. Ubuntu

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Hi, I've activated and updated my JRE to 11.0.6 but can't get PRT to launch.  

Ubuntu Studio 18.4

Core i7 6700cpu

16gb ram

I don't know if this is an IG issue, PRT issue or Ubuntu issue or what?

 

Thanks.

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You need to install the Iced Tea Java package.  :)

Do an apt search icedtea-web

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1 hour ago, dmedin said:

You need to install the Iced Tea Java package.  :)

Do an apt search icedtea-web

I have actually read that dmedin old pal, but i've read so many things too....I'll give that a go then.  Thanks :D

 

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......it's beyond my understanding!  Why oh why did i ditch Windows??! 😮

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10 minutes ago, nit2wynit said:

......it's beyond my understanding!  Why oh why did i ditch Windows??! 😮

 

Because Windows is sh!t 🙂

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On 11/02/2020 at 16:20, dmedin said:

 

Because Windows is sh!t 🙂

Gone back to Windows10.  PRT works out of the box :D

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