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Thomas Rossini
Thomas Rossini
544 Points

no jshell ?

(this is what the workspace reads when i enter jshell in console)

treehouse:~/workspace$ jshell
bash: /lib/jvm/java-9/bin/jshell: No such file or directory
treehouse

????

Donald Fawcett
Donald Fawcett
600 Points

I also have this happening - launched workspace, went to the console, no jshell and got the exact same error as Thomas. Seems that something is broken, does anyone know how to fix?

Zsófia Kereskényiné Balogh
Zsófia Kereskényiné Balogh
1,075 Points

I'm facing with exactly the same problem and looking for a solution. Hope someone could help us.

3 Answers

Thomas Rossini
Thomas Rossini
544 Points

\jshell is the correct one thx

Kevin Verbeek
Kevin Verbeek
5,499 Points

use \jshell or /jshell, not sure which one is right

I was just about to ask this very question myself Thomas! I wonder what caused the change- an update to workspaces perhaps? Either way, thanks for the response Kevin!