Installing Android Studio, does not point to a valid JVM installation error

Point your JAVA_HOME variable to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_xx\ where “xx” is the update number (make sure this matches your actual directory name). Do not include bin\javaw.exe in the pathname. NOTE: You can access the Environment Variables GUI from the CLI by entering rundll32 sysdm.cpl,EditEnvironmentVariables. Be sure to put the ‘JAVA_HOME’ path variable in the System variables …

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Is There A System Defined Environment Variable For Documents Directory?

For powershell the following works: [environment]::getfolderpath(“mydocuments”) and avoiding magic strings [Environment]::GetFolderPath([Environment+SpecialFolder]::MyDocuments) For .NET the following holds true (ie not applicable in all windows applications): As one answer points out, there is no Environment Variable pointing to My Documents but there is Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.MyDocuments) (C#) for .NET. I’m adding this answer since this question comes up when …

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How to give environmental variable path for file appender in configuration file in log4j

When parsing its configuration file, the expression ${MY_HOME} will be expanded to the value of the system property named MY_HOME, not the system environment variable. There’s a difference between the two. To achieve this in a clean way, you’ll have to add something like this to the JVM invocation line: -DMY_HOME=$MY_HOME That would define the …

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System.getenv() returns null when the environment variable exists [duplicate]

The answer to this question is more general than just System.getenv() in Java. Every process has its own independent copy of environment variables, while the environment variables only go down the process tree and are copied from parent to child only when the child process is created. In your case, your shell, which itself is …

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How can I set an environment variable as gulp task?

gulp.task(‘set-dev-node-env’, function() { return process.env.NODE_ENV = ‘development’; }); gulp.task(‘set-prod-node-env’, function() { return process.env.NODE_ENV = ‘production’; }); Use it like: gulp.task(‘build_for_prod’, [‘set-prod-node-env’], function() { // maybe here manipulate config object config.paths.src.scripts = config.paths.deploy.scripts; runSequence( ‘build’, ‘s3’ ); });