Nothing works, I’m afraid. I have Java installed, and it starts up, but as soon as I try to load any modules, it errors, and fails to submit the big report.
ErrorLog(.txt) file is attached.
Side Note, I highly recommend allowing the errorLog upload to be allowed to be uploaded without having to change their extension. Some people don’t even know what a file extension is, let alone how to change it. The file upload the rejected as an unallowed extension with the names “errorLog” and “errorLog.log”. As “errorLog” is the default file name, it should be allowed to be uploaded in the support forum.
Why isn’t this posted in [size=150]GIANT BLACK LETTERS[/size] on the download page? The latest version of Java on Ubuntu is 14! The instructions on the download page say to install v7, but that’s not even an option on Ubuntu 19.
You’re using Java 11. Java 11 is not compatible with VASSAL 3.2.17.
Why isn’t this posted in GIANT BLACK LETTERS on the download page? The
latest version of Java on Ubuntu is 14! The instructions on the
download page say to install v7, but that’s not even an option on Ubuntu
Thanks for pointing out that the download page is wrong (though it was
correct when it was written). We’re very close to releasing 3.3.0, at which
point this will cease to be an issue, as Java 14 will work. I aim to update
the download page then.