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there is a dependency problem when you install jabref from the repo and there is a open bug in bugzilla about this problem -> Bug's and https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/jempbox

You can download jabref from the website :

install depedencies :

sudo dnf install openjfx java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx

NOTE : Jabref requires java 1.8 to work

How do you know what java are you using and how to swith beetwen then :

sudo alternatives --config java

then execute

java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar

Regards.,

there is a dependency problem when you install jabref from the repo and there is a open bug in bugzilla about this problem -> Bug's and https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/jempboxjempbox

You can download jabref from the website :

install depedencies :

sudo dnf install openjfx java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx

NOTE : Jabref requires java 1.8 to work

How do you know what java are you using and how to swith beetwen then :

sudo alternatives --config java

then execute

java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar

Regards.,

there is a dependency problem when you install jabref from the repo and there is a open bug in bugzilla about this problem -> Bug's and jempbox

You can download jabref from the product website jabref:

install depedencies :

sudo dnf install openjfx java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx

NOTE : Jabref requires java 1.8 to work

How do you know what java are you using and how to swith beetwen then :

sudo alternatives --config java

then execute

java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar

Regards.,

there is a dependency problem when you install jabref from the repo and there is a open bug in bugzilla about this problem -> Bug's and jempbox

  1. You can download jabref from the product website jabref:

install depedencies :

sudo dnf install openjfx java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx

NOTE : Jabref requires java 1.8 to work

How do you know what java are you using and how to swith beetwen then :

sudo alternatives --config java

then execute

java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar
  1. Altought you can do the following to add it to gnome desktop file :

create a directory in /opt :

sudo mkdir /opt/jabref

create a script in /opt/jabref Directory with the following content and name it jabref.sh :

#!/bin/bash 
cd /opt/jabref/
java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar

make it executable :

sudo chmod +x jabref.sh

create a .Desktop file and Save it in ~/.local/share/applications folder as jabref.desktop. with the following :

[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Version=1.0
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Exec=/opt/jabref/jabref.sh
Name=JabRef 
Icon=/opt/jabref/jabref.jpg

NOTE : you can find any icon over internet and copy to that directory

and that's all

Regards.,

there is a dependency problem when you install jabref from the repo and there is a open bug in bugzilla about this problem -> Bug's and jempbox

    • You can download jabref from the product website jabref:

install depedencies :

sudo dnf install openjfx java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx

NOTE : Jabref requires java 1.8 to work

How do you know what java are you using and how to swith beetwen then :

sudo alternatives --config java

then execute

java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar
    • Altought you can do the following to add it to gnome desktop file and execute from there :

create a directory in /opt :

sudo mkdir /opt/jabref

create a script in /opt/jabref Directory with the following content and name it jabref.sh :

#!/bin/bash 
cd /opt/jabref/
java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar

make it executable :

sudo chmod +x jabref.sh
/opt/jabref/jabref.sh

create a .Desktop file and Save it in ~/.local/share/applications folder as jabref.desktop. with the following :

[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Version=1.0
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Exec=/opt/jabref/jabref.sh
Name=JabRef 
Icon=/opt/jabref/jabref.jpg

NOTE : you can find any icon over internet and copy to that directory

and that's all

Regards.,

there is a dependency problem when you install jabref from the repo and there is a open bug in bugzilla about this problem -> Bug's and jempbox

  • You can download jabref from the product website jabref:

install depedencies :

sudo dnf install openjfx java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx

NOTE : Jabref requires java 1.8 to work

How do you know what java are you using and how to swith beetwen then :

sudo alternatives --config java

then execute

java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar
  • Altought you can do the following to add it to gnome desktop file and execute from there :

create a directory in /opt :

sudo mkdir /opt/jabref

create a script in /opt/jabref Directory with the following content and name it jabref.sh :

#!/bin/bash 
cd /opt/jabref/
java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar

make it executable :

sudo chmod +x /opt/jabref/jabref.sh

create a .Desktop file and Save it in ~/.local/share/applications folder as jabref.desktop. with the following :

[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Version=1.0
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Exec=/opt/jabref/jabref.sh
Name=JabRef 
Icon=/opt/jabref/jabref.jpg

NOTE : you can find any icon over internet and copy to that directory

directory with the name /opt/jabref/jabref.jpg and that's all

Regards.,

there is a dependency problem when you install jabref from the repo and there is a open bug in bugzilla about this problem -> Bug's and jempbox

  • You can download jabref from the product website jabref:

install depedencies :

sudo dnf install openjfx java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx

NOTE : Jabref requires java 1.8 to work

How do you know what java are you using and how to swith beetwen then :

sudo alternatives --config java

then execute

java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar
  • Altought you can do the following to add it to gnome desktop file and execute from there :

create a directory in /opt :

sudo mkdir /opt/jabref

create a script in /opt/jabref Directory with the following content and name it jabref.sh :

#!/bin/bash 
cd /opt/jabref/
java -jar JabRef-4.3.1.jar

make it executable :

sudo chmod +x /opt/jabref/jabref.sh

create a .Desktop file to be accesible by GNOME and Save it in ~/.local/share/applications folder as jabref.desktop. with the following :

[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Version=1.0
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Exec=/opt/jabref/jabref.sh
Name=JabRef 
Icon=/opt/jabref/jabref.jpg

NOTE : you can find any icon over internet and copy to that directory with the name /opt/jabref/jabref.jpg and that's all

Regards.,