sorry if I’‘m starting a new thread for this again, but the others didn’'t help me.
I installed the wildfire server (2.4.0) on my webhosters root server and tried to start it and I got the following error message:
No suitable Java Virtual Machine could be found on your system.
The version of the JVM must be at least 1.5.
Please define INSTALL4J_JAVA_HOME to point to a suitable JVM.
You can also try to delete the JVM cache file /root/.install4j
Well, I think everyone knows that message.
So i tried to point to my JVM, I tried to delete the cache files I found and nothing helped. The java -version tells me that I’'ve got a root server with a 1.4.02 jvm, so I installed the jdk 1.5 (or better 5.0) version too and linked to it. Same error message. (SuSE 9.3)
I tested it on my local system (Debian Kubuntu 5.10), with a 1.4.2 jvm. I didn’'t install anything else, just unpacked the wildfire server, started it, finished. Worked fine.
I added additional directories to the wildfire start, he always showed me the path for looking for the right java version (something like “/opt/wildfire/jre/*” and other paths), but after the three points … nothing happened again and he printed me the same error.
I don’‘t know what i’‘m doing wrong, maybe you can help me. I also have to add, that i’'m a linux noob
Sorry for my bad english… hope for your help.