Strange License Text on plugin Update & Install

I have just started working with an Nvidia Jetson. As part of that work I installed the JetPack 4.1.1 software, including the Nsight Eclipse Edition IDE. Once I started the Nsight application for the first time I was prompted to update the plugins (some of which are not available) and agree to the new licenses. It seems that some of the license text may be missing, although I am not sure about that.

On the Review Licenses page I am presented with:

  • Eclipse Foundation Software User Agreement (2014)
  • Eclipse Foundation Software User Agreement (2011)
  • End User License Agreement ("for four separate NVIDIA products.")
  • license

There is text for the first three but the “license” one that is to cover:

  • C/C++ Development Platform 8.4.0.nvida-qualifier
  • C/C++ Development Tools 8.4.0.nvida-qualifier
  • C/C++ DSF GDB Debug Integration 8.4.0.nvida-qualifier

just says “license” in the License text: box.

Is this something that other people see?
Is there a license that I should be agreeing to for those tools?

I am not sure if it is relevant but when I installed the package I had an incompatible version of Java. If something was meant to run as part of the installation, it may have silently failed.

When I first tried to run the application and create a workspace I saw an error message that prompted me to read the .log file. Searching for the error message given in the log lead me to the solution posted at https://stackoverflow.com/a/41069259/741961 which also has a similar error message shown at the top of the page. In short, I installed oracle-java8-installer and re-ran the application.