Installation of Jim under Linux is in six stages:
Note: If you are re-installing the same version of Jim, please copy your existing license file (license.txt) from the installation directory to a safe place.
java -jar jim-9-installer.jar
If you see a message "Invalid Java version", then you will need to give the full path to the Java 17 command, e.g.
/opt/java17/bin/java -jar jim-9-installer.jar
where, in this example, java 17 was installed in
sudo env DISPLAY=:0.0 /opt/java17/bin/java -jar jim-9-installer.jar
You will see a line that says something like:
Note: you can automatically compose an e-mail to request the license if you click the button.
Note: this is not an automated service, and there will be a delay before you receive your license file.
Please be careful when copying the hostid: if you send the incorrect hostid, Jim will not work. Each hostid is 12 characters long, and consists of the digits 0..9 and the letters A..F.
If you have purchased network (floating) licenses, you can set up the connection to your license server by clicking on the button. See the instructions for setting up a connection to a license server.
/opt/Xinapse/Jim9). Please ensure that the name of this file is "license.txt". The installation directory is the directory that also contains (amongst others) the file "xinapse9.jar".
If you have any problems launching Jim, please e-mail who will help you to resolve the problem.