Why doesn’t the TRIRIGA installer see that the JDK is installed?


I have a valid JDK installed and my PATH is set up correctly. Why is the TRIRIGA installer telling me that “No Java virtual machine could be found” in my PATH and that I must install a VM prior to running the install?

Most likely the problem is that your JAVA_HOME environment variable is not set. The JAVA_HOME environment variable needs to be set to the directory in which your JDK is installed:

bash-4.1$ set JAVA_HOME=/u1/jdk1.8.0_91 ; export JAVA_HOME

If you are getting the “No Java virtual machine could be found” error message and your JAVA_HOME environment variable is not set, setting it and rerunning the platform installer command should resolve the problem:

bash-4.1$ set JAVA_HOME=/u1/jdk1.8.0_91 ; export JAVA_HOME
bash-4.1$ ./install_tririga_v3.5.1_Linux.bin

Note: OpenJDK must be removed from any Linux environment before installing TRIRIGA.

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