On this Ubuntu machine I can no longer upload jar files which I’ve fixed. My only choice is to transfer the files to my laptop, and there I can upload.
This morning, yet again, I deleted the Fiji.app along with a hidden .ImageJ folder (just in case there might be some trap there).
I downloaded a fresh copy of Fiji and extracted it to my home directory. Then I check the use of my PET-CT site and downloaded all the files therein. I did an Update, and to no one’s surprise, it told me all was up to date.
Then I put my changed jar file into Fiji.app/plugins, started Fiji again and again pressed Update. It sees my locally modified file, but does not automatically switch to the advanced mode. When I manually switch to the advanced mode, my locally modified file has 3 options: Keep as-is, Install/update, and Uninstall - no upload to Pet-Ct can be seen anywhere.
Fiji is using java 1.8.0_172 which comes with the installation package. (The laptop is also using the Fiji java, but an older version.) Another thing different is that on this computer I cannot pin the Fiji icon to the launcher bar, where the laptop has no problem.
I could try to update the laptop with the latest Fiji (i.e. java 1.8.0_172), but then I might find that no computer can upload.
Is there any rhyme or reason to what I am seeing? (Both computers are Ubuntu 18.04.) This is really annoying to have to transfer everything to my laptop in order to make any upload of modified software.
Thanks for any ideas,