I got the problem fixed somehow. Everything (java and flash) is now
installed and working. It took a reboot and running an apt command (that
the system told me to run) after rebooting and trying to run synaptic. I
did this before, but it didn't work. I don't know why it worked this
time, but I'm glad to have the problem solved. Thanks.
Mike Dugger wrote:
> I have just installed studio on an older machine for my nephew. In
> trying to install java using apt-get (so that flash will function) the
> install stalls on the terms/licensing screen within the terminal. See
> screenshot at:
> I can find no way to exit this screen to complete the installation.
> Clicking on "<Ok>" doesn't work. Hitting "Enter" doesn't work. The
> scrollbar functions, but the java installation is simply stuck at this
> point. Is there some kind of Sun Systems secret handshake necessary to
> accept the terms and continue the installation or what?
> I've tried simply exiting the terminal, but when I open synaptic it
> complains that it is "Unable to obtain an exclusive lock" which would
> seem to indicate that apt is still running. But apt doesn't show up in a
> ps listing so I can't kill it. The trouble seems to be that var/lib/dpkg
> is locked and until I can get it unlocked I can't install anything else
> with either apt-get or synaptic. Is there a superuser method to unlock
> the directory?
> If I reboot, the java installation immediately starts over and hangs up
> at the same place. I'm stumped. If I could end the loop I could try
> installing with synaptic instead.
> I'd appreciate any help in solving this problem.
> - Mike
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