The following error displays upon running the startJavaHelp script:
"./startJavaHelp: <install path>/arcgis/java/docs/startJavaHelp: /bin/sh^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory".
The UNIX shell script 'startJavaHelp' is in a DOS format, and the file contains ^M line returns.
Solution or Workaround
Run the 'dos2unix' utility on the script file to remove the ^M line returns and format the file for UNIX.
- cd to <install path>/arcgis/java/docs/startJavaHelp
- Determine the owner <username:group> who installed the ArcGIS Engine Developer Kit and make a note of it:
- Log in as root:
- Run the 'dos2unix' utility:
dos2unix startJavaHelp startJavaHelp
- Change the owner of the 'startJavaHelp' script from 'root' back to the user who installed the ArcGIS Engine Developer Kit (as determined in step 2). For example, if the <username:group> is <test:users>, then execute:
chown test:users startJavaHelp
- Change the file permissions to 555:
chmod 555 startJavaHelp
- Exit root and run the script as normal.