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Issues while building a project in eclipse

Posted on 2011-02-14
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Hi experts,

I am trying to build the android source code in eclipse and eclipse gives me the following error(Please refer the screenshot attached).

I am working from Ubuntu.

The error says that, eclipse is unable to delete some manifest file.

Experts, kindly help.

Any help in this regard which will guide me to a solution  will be well appreciated with points.

BR,
Sree


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by:dsmile
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You should check for write permission in the path
Eclipse should have at least 755 permission or you can chmod that full path to 777
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Solved it by myself.
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by:Sreejith22
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Re-installed eclipse.
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I solved this issue by myself.
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