I have a software(LongmanIBT) which has jre 32 bit I don't know if I need to use jdk 32 bit too? The software is running now but too slow I went to Control Panel to set the environmental variables ...
I downloaded Eclipse IDE for Java Developers for Windows 64 Bit from - eclipse download , and also jdk-7u9-windows-i586.exe from oracle downloads . Then I installed the JDK in C:\Program Files ...
I want to change OpenJDK to SunJava in my ubuntu linux desktop , i have downloaded the "jdk-7.tar.gz" from sun's website, but there problem is how to make the system to use the newly downloaded java ? ...
I uninstalled JDK 1.6.26, then installed JDK 7 and changed my PATH to point to the new version. However when I now open NetBeans it shows me this error: Cannot locate java installation in ...