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Old 5th August 2012, 10:28 PM
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Websphere 7 application server on Fedora 16 or Fedora 17

Hi there,

I have been trying to install Websphere 7 application server on Fedora 17. When I tried to run the ./launchpad.sh its complaining about the below error message even through the browser was installed and accessible from the path. Also specified IBM Java path in the PATH variable and exported the BROWSER variable.

Please could you advise, What can fix the problem.

Here is the full error message from the console

cp: cannot stat `/opt/ibm/launchpad/lib': No such file or directory
cp: cannot stat `/opt/ibm/launchpad/../jre': No such file or directory

No supported Web browser was detected

An error occurred while starting the launchpad.
This error typically occurs when the launchpad is unable to find a supported browser.
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