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[protege-dev] Protege 5.0.0 beta 17: GUI freeze when using Equivalences
tudorache at stanford.edu
Mon Dec 7 14:15:27 PST 2015
Matthew just pointed out that you might be affected by this issue:
We had this problem on Ubuntu and Open Java 7.
The workaround is to upgrade to Java 8.
On 12/07/2015 01:56 PM, Tania Tudorache wrote:
> Hi David,
> Thank you for the report and the troubleshooting!
> This is indeed a weird one :)
> I suspect the problem is a combination of Java + OS.
> I would recommend to try to run Protege with Java 8, rather than Java
> 7, and see if the problem still persists.
> You do not need to have Java installed, just the jre 8 folder
> somewhere available, and then edit the run.sh, and append the path
> before the java command.
> On 12/07/2015 04:23 AM, David Myers wrote:
>> Hello again.
>> Follow up for this issue.
>> So I managed to resolve this issue, it was a problem with my external
>> How I resolved it.
>> I have to unplug my keyboard (USB) then log off and log back into my
>> linux desktop (Debian 8). Then I can edit my file as normal.
>> It was only Protege that had an issue with my keyboard ~ I had
>> started to edit my OWL file by hand
>> - not much fun, I'm not a fan of the organisation of the OWL file
>> that is produced, but that is another story (feel free to ask)...
>> so I can confirm that my keyboard was working elsewhere.
>> I also had an opportunity today to test with a bluetooth keyboard,
>> and again I had the same problem. Again the same solution, disconnect
>> the bluetooth hook (no it's not an internal adapter), then log off
>> and log back in.
>> I'm not sure how to troubleshoot further.
>> How do I determine if this is an OS level problem, Java VM or a
>> Protege problem ?
>> I have the same problem when using version 4.3 ~ by the way I prefere
>> the 4.3 interface.
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