Launching eStudio

Navigate to $FIORANO_HOME/eStudio and run the eStudio executable file.


If eStudio file in $FIORANO_HOME/eStudio does not have executable permission, please use the following commands:



Setting JDK Version

eStudio works with JDK 1.7 or higher versions. Please make sure that $JAVA_HOME points to JDK 1.7.

To check the Java version, use the following command:

$JAVA_HOME/bin/java -version


To use 64-bit JVM with eStudio, please refer to the Launch eStudio using 64-bit JVM section.


To launch eStudio with a JDK version other than the default version in the system, perform the following actions:

  1. Open the eStudio.ini file by navigating through FIORANO_HOME/eStudio

  2. In the file, add the following lines one below the other (two different lines) as mentioned below:


    The option –vm has to be added above the "-vmargs" line 


Perform the following actions for Mac OS:

  1. Edit the "Info.plist" located in $FIORANO_HOME/eStudio/ directory
  2. Add <string>-vm</string><string>JAVA_HOME/Contents/Home/jre/lib/server/libjvm.dylib</string> and save the file.
  3. Run the script eclipse located in $FIORANO_HOME/eStudio/ directory.
  • On Windows 7 and later, the user must have admin permissions for Fiorano Location to work with eStudio. If not, eStudio must be launched using the option “Run as Administrator”
  • Graphic providers like XServer should be enabled in the system from which eStudio is launched.
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