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Another student, in whose appliance the gedit-plugins package was missing, found that the following two commands solved the problem: sudo apt-get install -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-overwrite" gedit-plugins sudo apt-get install -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-overwrite" --reinstall appliance50 One issue is that both gedit-plugins and appliance50 install a file ...


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I uninstalled submit50 and reinstalled it again and now it's working. Something must have gone wrong with the installer the first time.


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Just for reference, the problem was that the OP installed Oracle's JDK manually, and the directories containing the JDK's programs were not on root's PATH. That's why sudo make install failed, when it was trying to use jar. There's more than one solution to this problem, including putting these directories on root's PATH, or softlinking the program's to ...


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These are the steps: File, import appliance, appliance to import (click on the folder and find the appliance -- open virtualization format (.ovf)) and accept the defaults. This should work.


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Not by using the appliance unfortunately. When you compile the program in the appliance it creates an executable for Linux only. To get this running on Windows you will need to compile the program on Windows. Exactly how you do this depends on how you set up the environment. At the very least you will need: C compiler (e.g. MingW, CygWin, Microsoft Visual ...


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