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How to install Java 1.7_51 on Debian Wheezy?

I am trying to install Java 1.7_51 on Debian Wheezy with: apt-get install oracle-java7-installer=7u51-0~webupd8~1 from: http://www.webupd8.org/2012/06/how-to-install-oracle-java-7-in-debian.html In ...
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OpenJDK crashing and autoclosing programs

I use Debian Wheezy, and frequently make use of Java applications that are famous for being memory-hungry (namely Eclipse variants NetBeans and Aptana Studio 3 on RadRails or PyDev modes). I was ...
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Debian Wheezy and the openjdk-6-* package

I was fiddling around on Minecraft a moment ago and noticed something strange - It was using OpenJDK 6 (at least for my profile, I don't know what the launcher is using...), which I didn't realize was ...
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old and proprietary java application crashes on multiple cores

I have to use StarTeam 2005 CrossPlatform Client on a recent debian system inside of a VM. This works fine, if the VM is configured to single-core. But if I configure multiple processors and/or ...
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Linux distro for Java [closed]

I am setting up a server that will run multiple Java programs and requires Java 7. I am more familiar with Debian but have been advised that CentOS/RHEL has better 64bit Java 7 support. Is there any ...
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Eclipse crashes after few minutes (Debian, Oracle JDK 7, Kepler, 64bit, RAP)

my eclipse keeps crashing on me after a few (3-5) minutes of use (that is: no crash if just open and I don't use it). Mostly when I try to save (that works at first) or when calling the completion ...
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How to integration of Tomcat and Apache through mod_jk

On http://site.local/java/ need to execute jsp. apt-get update & apt-get upgrade apt-get install sun-java6-jdk \ tomcat6 tomcat6-admin tomcat6-common \ ...
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How to install JBinUp in Debian 6?

I have a Debian 6 based VPS. It has 3.5 GB RAM, 460 GB HDD. I think the installed version was Wheezy. So I installed following : Java 1.7.0_45 P7zip-full / P7zip Downloaded JBinUp 0.90-Beta ...
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1answer
314 views

java 7 on debian 6.0 not working usr/bin/java no such file or directory

I'm trying to get java 7 installed in my debian machine but somehow it is not working. when I do java -version always get a : -bash: /usr/bin/java: No such file or directory I've followed this ...
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We can't access to jenkins from anywhere

We have just installed Jenkins on our server (Debian 7 wheezy). It works on local network, but not on extern network. We search but we don't find any workaround for this problem. We can ping our ...
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How to update Oracle JDK on Debian

I am planning to install the oracle JDK7 on my Debian Wheezy machine. To do so I am using java-package to install the jdk as a .deb package under Debian, as described here. My question is: Can ...
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How to set Java VM settings globally on Debian system?

when running java -version I get this error: Error occurred during initialization of VM Could not reserve enough space for object heap Could not create the Java virtual machine. This is avoidable ...
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Debian 7 and chromium - java not working

Using debian 7, with chromium as my browser, I got jdk6-64 bit installed on my debian But my chromium won't run java applets, it's saying it's missing on each website that try to run java. How do I ...
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How do I remove Java in Debian?

java -version java version "1.6.0_18" OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea6 1.8.13) (6b18-1.8.13-0+squeeze2) OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 14.0-b16, mixed mode) There doesn't seem to be an easy ...
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Installing Java on Debian

I need to get Java working for an online class, but I'm not having any luck. I've installed the package sun-java6-jre successfully, but Java still does not load in browser. The Oracle instructions ...
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Performance OracleJDK or OpenJDK

I am forced to using Java on my server and I am having a headache installing Java. I have an automated deployment script which installs the software and needs to be run to reinstall the server ...
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Should I install new software in Debian? [closed]

I know Debian is very stable because it used old kernel, packages and so on. Of course, it make Debian more security. So should I install new software/package in Debian, for examples Java 7? Thanks!
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Start Java GUI program as Root during Startup Linux

I have two PCs, PC_1 running Debian5, PC_2 running Windows, I need to have PC_1 to start a Jar file automatically during startup. When I put a script file to execute the Jar file in /etc/init.d, the ...
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Trouble setting up PATH for Java on Debian

I am trying to get Oracle Java 7 update 3 working correctly on Debian 6. I have downloaded and set up the files in /usr/java/jre1.7.0_03. I have also set the following two lines at the end of ...
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Why there is no sun-java in Debian Wheezy and how can I fix this?

Sun's java is in Debian Lenny and Debian Squeeze repos (non-free) but no in wheezy1,2. Why? edit: after further research I found that java has been removed. reson: ROM; security issues and newer ...
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628 views

Installing Java 1.5 on Debian

I'm trying to install Java 1.5 on Debian. But when I write apt-get install java-package in bash, the error unable to locate package java-package is shown. Can anybody help me?
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Installation of Java on Debian 6

To install java on debian 6, I used add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ lucid partner" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre sun-java6-plugin sun-java6-fonts The ...
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Unable to install Java on Debian

I just installed Debian 5.0.6, 32 bit and just can't install Java. I thought it was as simple as # apt-get install sun-java6-jre but this is the response I get: Reading package lists... Done ...