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 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.