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The Oracle website is clear: use 8u91 (the 'CPU' release) under all circumstances except where you specifically require fixes present in the 'PSU' release (8u92, in this case). The difference between CPU and PSU releases is explained via a link on the release page.


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The official Java installer does not come bundled with any 3rd party software at all. If you are getting the Amazon software as part of the payload, the only explanation is that either the installer you received wasn't genuine (possibly a browser hijack), or your machine is already infected with malware from another source. You can check the validity of ...


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Replacing the CrashPlan-provided jna.jar with a fresh one downloaded from Maven does the trick. See Martin Kleinman's instructions: Download: https://maven.java.net/content/repositories/releases/net/java/dev/jna/jna/4.2.2/jna-4.2.2.jar go to /var/packages/CrashPlan/target/bin and make a backup from jna.jar ( mv jna.jar jna.backup ) rename the ...


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I am unable to run any Java applet in all browsers. Firefox: Firefox 64 bit does not support the JRE at all. Firefox 32 still supports the JRE (but support will be withdrawn during 2016). You have to install the 32 bit JRE for this to work. Mozilla intends to remove support for most NPAPI plugins in Firefox by the end of 2016. Firefox began this ...


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JDK 8u91 and 8u92, two new Java 8 updates are now available. Java SE 8u92 is a patch-set update, including all of Java 8u91 plus additional features. Please check the release notes below for JDK 8u91 and 8u92



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