I’'ve searched far and wide through this forum, but cannot seem to find a solution for this problem:
I’‘m currently using Spark 2.5.4/2.5.2 on linux, and am unable to the tray icon to appear. I’'ve tried on two different distributions, using both JDK1.6 and JDK1.5:
Kubuntu 7.04 32bit
Suse 10 32bit
The problem is that I start Spark using the standard startup/Spark script. Spark opens up and I can login successfully, but no tray icon appears. I’'ve updated the JDIC components in ~/Spark/lib/linux, but it still refuses to show me a tray icon. If, however, I close the window, the process stays running, but there is no icon in the system tray to double click on to open it up again. The only way to bring it back it to kill the process and start the app again.
The only errors I receive on both linux distributions when I startup is:
ls: /opt/Spark/lib/windows: No such file or directory
I also have the following error in the ~Spark/log/error.log:
Exception on commit = java.io.IOException: Can’'t find registry file
I’'m absolutely stumped as to why this is happening since in the previous 1.x.x Spark versions, it worked like a charm.
Essentially all I’'m doing is untarring the Spark download, and modifying the Spark startup script to point towards my local JDK:
e.g. ~/Spark/Spark: INSTALL4J_JAVA_HOME_OVERRIDE=/opt/java
What am I missing? Thanks in advance.