Android Studio failed to load JVM on Mac OSX (Mavericks)


I am trying to setup Android Studio on my Mac. It is running OSX
10.9.1 Mavericks. I have installed the latest JDK (at the time of
writing 1.7 update 45), and I installed Android Studio. I use Java 7
because I have some Java applications I have to run and they require
1.7. I have not installed Java 1.6, because it is ancient and old.
Launching Android Studio from any launcher does literally nothing.
Activity Manager never shows it running. I do not want to install Java
1.6.



I did some work and tried to run the executable via command line
through the package contents, and for both executables, I get these
messages:



Error<br />
message



I am unsure what I am supposed to do to fix this error. I'm not
very adept on a Mac (still somewhat new to it, and its confusing to do
power user stuff on this) so if anyone can help me figure it out
that'd be great. I'm on the 2013 Macbook Air with plenty of resources
for this to run.

I want to start the Talend Open Studio (ESB or DI) on my Mac Pro.



But I get an error: "Failed to create the Java Virtual
Machine".



TOS Version is V5.6.0 and I have installed Java SDK 1.7.0_45
64-Bit.



I have also changed some values in TOS_ESB-macosx-cocoa.ini:



--launcher.XXMaxPermSize
512m
-vmargs
-Xms64m
-Xmx768m
-Xdock:icon=../Resources/talend.icns
-XstartOnFirstThread
-Dorg.eclipse.swt.internal.carbon.smallFonts
-Dosgi.instance.area.default=../../../workspace
-Dfile.encoding=UTF-8


But I still get the same error.



I found that TOS use the wrong java version
JavaVM: Failed to load JVM:
/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_45.jdk/Contents/Home/bundle/Libraries/libserver.dylib



My JAVA_HOME is set to
/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_71.jdk/Contents/Home



How do I resolve this?

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I am trying to setup Android Studio on my Mac. It is running OSX
10.9.1 Mavericks. I have installed the latest JDK (at the time of
writing 1.7 update 45), and I installed Android Studio. I use Java 7
because I have some Java applications I have to run and they require
1.7. I have not installed Java 1.6, because it is ancient and old.
Launching Android Studio from any launcher does literally nothing.
Activity Manager never shows it running. I do not want to install Java
1.6.



I did some work and tried to run the executable via command line
through the package contents, and for both executables, I get these
messages:



Error<br />
message



I am unsure what I am supposed to do to fix this error. I'm not
very adept on a Mac (still somewhat new to it, and its confusing to do
power user stuff on this) so if anyone can help me figure it out
that'd be great. I'm on the 2013 Macbook Air with plenty of resources
for this to run.

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I tried many solutions on internet including



brew install qt
brew install sip
brew install pyqt


to successfully install it on osx.
I am using PyCharm IDE to python development and want to install it
for python 3.



I just cannot download pyqt4 libraries to mac,
is there some specific steps i need to follow?
Easy way? Hard way? anything...



Sorry, I am new to mac world.

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I am using VLC to multicast an audio stream - song on my OS-X
mavericks. I need multicasting streaming only here. However, I cannot
hear the audio. The volume level of my machine is fine. Looks, like
the audio streaming or receiving is not working.



Here are the steps that I did to setup a multicast streaming. I am
streaming a MP3 song.



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I understand that this top has had several other posts but each
were flooded and saturated with very different methods and now that it
has been a month or so since the last one and now with then Android
Studio 1.0.1 i would like to see if anyone could help me.



When ever i run the application after installing and moving it to
my applications folder- i get the following message---- "Java Not
Found. Android Studio was unable to find a valid JVM."



I have tried youtube and google and even stack for solutions and
have yet to find a straight forward solutions. I tried to read the
instructions on the Android Dev site but i don't exactly understand
them.



If anyone has a solution to this issue, i'd really appreciate
it!



Thank you guys!

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