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Java WorkShop in linux

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Anyone of you experiencing running Java WorkShop in Linux
with a modified jws script? Everything works fine except I cannot use build manager to build things. It pops me "Cannot find /usr/local/java/bin/javac ."! But I can use javac in cmd prompt..
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I did with little script modification ran it and worked with no problems, but was tooooo slow :((
My javac worked just fine. try to install it again.
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