Error while updating eclipse

In this part we will discuss about Tiles Framework and its Integration with Spring 3.0 MVC.

We will add Tiles support to our Hello World Spring application that we created in previous parts.

The workaround is to remove the repository from the list and add it back again. The code in question is not inspecting the URL string from the UI and is assuming a trailing '/' resulting in a 404 Yet another solution - Instead exporting all managed sites and importing them back, click on 'edit' on each checked site and add '//' at the end If you just add a '/' it says duplicate site therefore the '//' How a small bug in a huge carefully architected application can be so hard to debug yet simple to solve proxy Data/HTTP/has Auth=true system Proxies Enabled=true proxy Data/HTTP/ eclipse.preferences.version=1 proxies Enabled=true proxy Data/HTTP/port=9119 non Proxied Hosts= I had the same problem with Eclipse Helios (3.6) on Ubuntu 64 bits.The only issue, is that when I installed through the software center, the owner became root, and whenever I run it without root, I'm not able to update - I get the error message "Insufficient access privileges to apply this update." When I run it as root, all of my plugins disappear, because I guess I installed them as myself, not as root.I tried to install the plugins as root, but the Install New Software choice would not work.Ubuntu 12.04 and Eclipse 3.7.2-1 I just tried uninstalling Eclipse and then reinstalling it, running it as root first to have the plugins associated with the root account, so I could update them from there.Unfortunately, when I installed the plugins, they didn't take.If it doesn't work, try restarting Eclipse with the -clean flag (if you're a regular user and installing with admin, make sure you call -clean logged in as admin, so that Eclipse finds out about it).


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