OS Name/Version:Ubuntu 22.04.1
Product Name/Version: AMP unknown (can’t even run install!)
When running the install on Ubuntu as root, get the below error. However, /tmp is not a mount, it is a folder under root, and has execute permissions. It also has the sticky bit sit.
Directory looks like this from ls
`drwxrwxrwt 17 root root 4.0K Oct 21 14:23 tmp/
I have previously installed AMP on this same hardware, but had since performed a clean ubuntu install, of same version. Not sure what could have changed.
nvm, figured it out for myself. There is a bug in the installation script! Should I report that somewhere?
I have other tmpfs filesystems that have /tmp in the path name, but are elsewhere than /tmp. These are marked noexec, and are tripping the script's check.
That’s a new one. Could you show me the output of the following please?
mount | grep -icE '^tmpfs.+?\/tmp.+?noexec.+$'
mount | grep -icE '^tmpfs\s+\/tmp\s+.+?noexec.+$'
The first line is the original check, the second line is a modified one that only checks /tmp specifically and not other directories that happen to have /tmp in the name.
$ mount | grep -icE '^tmpfs.+?\/tmp.+?noexec.+$'
$ mount | grep -icE '^tmpfs\s+\/tmp\s+.+?noexec.+$'
Next GetAMP update will have this change in
Right, next problem…got an instance setup, it won’t start Console is showing this-
Error: LinkageError occurred while loading main class net.minecraft.bundler.Main
java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: net/minecraft/bundler/Main has been compiled by a more recent version of the Java Runtime (class file version 61.0), this version of the Java Runtime only recognizes class file versions up to 55.0
You need a newer version of Java installed/selected - most likely 17 or newer. If that already appears selected then switch back/forth between different versions in AMP.
Also, please keep to a single issue per thread in the future. It makes it harder for other people to search for issues