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Can't launch Lawena
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Hey, when I launch lawena I get an error saying "java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space" and then it doesn't launch Lawena. I googled it and it seems to be a common problem. I tried putting "-Xmx1024m" in the launch parameters (?) in Java Control Panel. It didn't fix it, which after reading makes me suspect that it's a memory leak. That's just a guess though, I don't really know what a memory leak is or how to fix it, and all the guides and stuff on the web that I found are targeted to programmers so I didn't understand much. Has anyone else had this issue, and/or does anyone know how to fix it?

Hey, when I launch lawena I get an error saying "java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space" and then it doesn't launch Lawena. I googled it and it seems to be a common problem. I tried putting "-Xmx1024m" in the launch parameters (?) in Java Control Panel. It didn't fix it, which after reading makes me suspect that it's a memory leak. That's just a guess though, I don't really know what a memory leak is or how to fix it, and all the guides and stuff on the web that I found are targeted to programmers so I didn't understand much. Has anyone else had this issue, and/or does anyone know how to fix it?
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It's fine, you probably don't really have anything worth recording anyways.

Jast keeding
I don't know how to fix it but I recommend using this instead:
http://www.teamfortress.tv/15301/source-recording-tool
It's much better and less work than Lawena and since you have me added you can always ask me questions about it if you have any.

It's fine, you probably don't really have anything worth recording anyways.

Jast keeding
I don't know how to fix it but I recommend using this instead:
http://www.teamfortress.tv/15301/source-recording-tool
It's much better and less work than Lawena and since you have me added you can always ask me questions about it if you have any.
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ShpeeismeIt's fine, you probably don't really have anything worth recording anyways.

Jast keeding
I don't know how to fix it but I recommend using this instead:
http://www.teamfortress.tv/15301/source-recording-tool
It's much better and less work than Lawena and since you have me added you can always ask me questions about it if you have any.

alright will do, ty

[quote=Shpeeisme]It's fine, you probably don't really have anything worth recording anyways.

Jast keeding
I don't know how to fix it but I recommend using this instead:
http://www.teamfortress.tv/15301/source-recording-tool
It's much better and less work than Lawena and since you have me added you can always ask me questions about it if you have any.[/quote]

alright will do, ty
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Bumping this since I'm at it again and still having the same problem (though sometimes I get "java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: GC overhead limit exceeded" instead). I tried Source Recording Tool but I had issues with that aswell.

Bumping this since I'm at it again and still having the same problem (though sometimes I get "java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: GC overhead limit exceeded" instead). I tried Source Recording Tool but I had issues with that aswell.
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#5
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Try 64bit java (you may need to get JRE from the JDK download page) and uninstall all old versions

Also try launching the main .jar file of lawena with the command "java -jar -Xmx1024m [jar file]" (navigate to the folder then type cmd in the address bar to open a command line there) just to make sure.the max heap size is getting set (I don't trust the java control center tbh)

Try 64bit java (you may need to get JRE from the JDK download page) and uninstall all old versions

Also try launching the main .jar file of lawena with the command "java -jar -Xmx1024m [jar file]" (navigate to the folder then type cmd in the address bar to open a command line there) just to make sure.the max heap size is getting set (I don't trust the java control center tbh)
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gemmTry 64bit java (you may need to get JRE from the JDK download page) and uninstall all old versions

Also try launching the main .jar file of lawena with the command "java -jar -Xmx1024m [jar file]" (navigate to the folder then type cmd in the address bar to open a command line there) just to make sure.the max heap size is getting set (I don't trust the java control center tbh)

Thanks a bunch, I'll try that!

[quote=gemm]Try 64bit java (you may need to get JRE from the JDK download page) and uninstall all old versions

Also try launching the main .jar file of lawena with the command "java -jar -Xmx1024m [jar file]" (navigate to the folder then type cmd in the address bar to open a command line there) just to make sure.the max heap size is getting set (I don't trust the java control center tbh)[/quote]

Thanks a bunch, I'll try that!
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Dude it's running this is dope, I'll try and record something now

I actually had tried something like that in the java control panel, but it didn't help.

Dude it's running this is dope, I'll try and record something now

I actually had tried something like that in the java control panel, but it didn't help.
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