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What would cause a ColdFusion website to error in only one browser, on only one computer?

I'm using a MacBook Pro running OS X Mountain Lion. A particular website I am trying to visit gives me ColdFusion/Java errors anytime I try to access any of its pages. For a while I thought it was a ...
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Problems to open jar file

I use mac with mountain lion and java u update 21. When I try to open the file with a double click, I get the following error: java file.jar could not be launched, or sometimes not after the double ...
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How to stream MPEG-TS over UDP?

I'm using gstreamer to stream over a custom AppSink that mimics the UdpSink. We are doing it this way so we can incorporate listening on other ports for some metadata. Plus, the stock UdpSink is ...
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Installed Java SE 7u10, still seing 7u10ea on OS X?

when I type java -versionI still get the Early Access version and not the stable JDK 7u10. please how to fix that ? I am working on Mac OS X Mountain Lion. ls ...
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How can I use Java 7 with browsers in OS X 10.8?

I've downloaded Java 7 Update 9 from java.com. I've installed it. I can see the icon in my System Preferences. So now I quit and reopen Safari v6.0.2 and try to use Java and I get a dialog asking ...
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Getting back Java 6

Apple released an update about Java and now I can't start my Cassandra db anymore. I think I will need Java 6 to use it but I can't uninstall Java 7 because I need it to run eclipse v.4 ... Does ...
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How do I switch between Java 7 and Java 6 on OS X 10.8.2?

I am using Java SE 7 to program simple games for windows and mac, but I have to switch to java 6 to run games such as Minecraft on my computer. This used to work just fine before I updated to Mac OS X ...
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How do I start the Java installation from my application in Mac OS X Mountain Lion?

Mountain Lion has this wonderful feature where running "java" pops up a dialog prompting the user to install Java (if it is not already installed). This is nice, but I'd prefer to have more control ...