Everytime I try to start ./bin/start.sh I get the subject error.
My Java_Home is fine. I have other aps using it, and I can Java --version all day.
I am using Ubuntu 11.10, with Java 1.7/
You don't say what version of FishEye you are using.
In any case, I suggest you run
sh -x ./bin/start.sh
This will show you the steps that FishEye's startup shell script is running and perhaps give a clue as to why it is getting this error.
The error itself is raised because the script is testing whether the java command exists and is executable.
An alternative is to define the environment variable JAVACMD with the full path to the java executable.
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