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I have installed Red Hat Server 6.4 in VirtualBox and I also installed Java. I wrote a socket program (port 13 , ip = x.x.x.x). Then in Command prompt, I execute telnet x.x.x.x 13 But it doesn't ...
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I am having issues with a server running out of physical memory and I'm having troubles discerning whether it is from my application's Java process or something else on the server. Let's take the ...
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I'm running java under a Red Hat Linux 3.4.6 and I have java version 1.4.2 installed somewhere. I've downloaded and installed the tar.gz file for java jdk7. I've gunzipped the file and also added the ...
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I'm having issues with Java on my RedHat virtual machine. So I went to Oracle's site to download the newest version of JRE and JDK. I got the RPM and did an rpm -i to install, but it tells me its ...
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I inserted the following in '/etc/profile' JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_21 export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin But when I 'sudo su' from my regular account, it does not pick up the above java path: any ...
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I am trying to install Java on Red Hat Linux through SSH. I am using wget to download the installer. When wget downloads the file, it saves it with a filename of ...