Hello, I'm trying to run MuCommander on openjdk-11-jre-headless:amd64 11.0.13+8-1~deb11u1 and I'm getting:
ERROR: Bundle mucommander-core  Error starting file:/usr/share/mucommander/app/mucommander-core-0.9.7.jar (org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Activator start error in bundle mucommander-core .)
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class java.awt.Toolkit
at com.mucommander.ui.main.osgi.ProtocolPanelProviderTracker.addingService(ProtocolPanelProviderTracker.java:24) ... and so on
Hmm, with with v0.9.7, there was no message saying that the app was damaged. How did you manage to avoid that message with v0.9.7? There was only a message saying that the developer could not be verified. These are two different messages. The latter one is quite common. It can easily be fixed by the user without the need to run a command in the terminal.
Also, the advice in readme.txt to apply the xattr command to the file <jar_name>.jar is not very helpful. The advice is imprecise, because it does not tell the exact path and name of the jar file to which the xattr command should be applied. As I said before, I had to apply the xattr command to muCommander.app, not to some jar file, to fix the problem. I'm downloading a lot of different apps from the internet, but so far I never had to mess around with the xattr command to make them work.
And no, sorry, I don't know how to automate the process of building a dmg on macOS.
Hi guys. I am just wondering where to get the dark theme that is on displayed on the official website? Tried googling but I guess I am too much of an amateur :S
The screenshot is from ubuntu. I do not use it currently, but I think it came with gnome settings. I could not find a similar dark theme on windows.