- Start Eclipse (of course it’s the first step :D).
- Go to Windows > Preferences
- Click Installed JREs
- Click Add
- Select Standard VM and then Click Next.
- Click Directory and choose your Sun JDK Folder.
- Click Finish
- Tick your Sun JDK Folder from the list.
- Click OK
- Restart Eclipse.
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Thanks for the help. Your advice is solving this problem in the year 2012 also.
Confirmed working on x86_64 Sabayon 8. JDK is located by default in /opt/sun-jdk-xxxxx
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