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To control JAVA default action, better configure all settings on system level. C:\Windows\Sun\Java\Deployment. you need 4 files @ deployment.config @ deployment.properties -- deployment.security.mixcode=DISABLE @ exception.sites @ Most importantly you need a trusted.cert certificate file to disable that message box This will give all users on that ...


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I also had this problem. Something that worked for me : delete the folder c:\Users\%User%\AppData\Roaming\Arduino15. And it's starting again!


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How long will 32-bit applications be supported on Windows? How long Microsoft will support 32-bit applications entirely depends on how long Intel will support required functionality that Microsoft uses in order to enable 32-bit applications on 64-bit operating systems. The reason 16-bit applications cannot be run on 64-bit applications is because of ...


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Let's look at a previous example... why did Microsoft Windows drop 16-bit support? Currently, x64 Windows operating systems do not run 16-bit code (including Windows XP 64-bit edition), but 32-bit versions do (including Windows 8). The reason why the 64-bit versions don't run 16-bit code is because the 64-bit versions of the operating systems place the ...


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Any thoughts on this? When Microsoft—or another company—says, they’ll be ending 32-bit support, how long will the clock be ticking for? Like Yogi Berra once said, “It ain’t over until it’s over…” And a deadline like this is basically arbitrary at best. I can be 1 year. I can be 50. I can be 10 years. I have run applications that are no longer ...


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I managed to add it to the list of options by running apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk


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That's an interesting difference, and not one I've come across before. JDBC connection properties are mostly optional, there are only a couple that are actually needed. You can click the "Add Property" button to give you another key/value pair which you can then populate with whatever property you want. Here is the GlassFish 4 administration guide, which ...


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Maybe you have to add it as an option first? This is from the man page. update-alternatives --install link name path priority [--slave link name path]... Add a group of alternatives to the system. http://askubuntu.com/questions/233190/what-exactly-does-update-alternatives-do


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When I was in college, many of the (required) educational apps required Java e.g. Blackboard, the college library's website, wolfram alpha, webassign, etc. Disabling Java in my browser broke the functionality of the apps. Consequently, keep Java up-to-date and use the highest security settings possible that your apps allow.


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I mainly develop with Windows as that's where the core user base is, however I sport Linux on many of my Servers and all embedded devices I use. I often use Mono. I own a rMacbook Pro 15" and I love it. The terminal differentiates from Linux quite a bit, many of the same tools aren't available, and incidentally there aren't many terminal apps available, ...


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No, sorry. Windows Clustering is only for the Windows Server products. The Windows Cluster Server only runs on Windows Server systems. What would you want a cluster for? Most Windows clusters provide one of two primary functions: Load balancing (like having a web server's load automatically spread among multiple nodes) or failover (one server fails, ...


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I see many developers using a Mac. I've bought my first Mac 15 years ago as a way to get more familiar with the UNIX/Linux system. I have a Macbook at home, and I certainly see differences in the way the underlying system works. So you cannot rely on your Linux commands, although many work the same. At work I use Ubuntu/Mint and use Virtualbox for Windows ...


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This answer as well as this other answer on Stack Overflow seems to indicate the “Found unsigned entry in resource:” is somehow connected to the “Temporary Files Settings” in Java. They both state you should go to the control panel for Java, then go to “Temporary Files Settings” and either activate or deactivate the setting “Keep temporary files on my ...


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It highlights variables whose IDs changed since the last step. So if I set the breakpoint inside a method, call it multiple times with different inputs, and resume repeatedly with F8, only the changed variables will be highlighted. Try it out with: public class Main { static Integer f(Integer i, Integer i2) { // Breakpoint here. ...


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Actually, it works. I'm using iReport 5.6 on Windows 8.1 x64. What doesn't work is iReport with JDK/JRE 8. So, you need to install a previous JDK/JRE (JDK 1.7 u45 in my case) and either run using the following command: [iReport DIR]\bin>ireport --jdkhome="[YOUR JDK/JRE home]" or change the ireport.conf file located in [iReport DIR]\etc: ...


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You will encounter Java on the web mostly in form of Java applets. These are applications which appear as box-shaped areas embedded in webpages. How your browser handles these when you don't have Java enabled depends on the browser, but most show it in form of a gray rectangle which prompts you in some way to install Java. So when you encounter a website ...


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Can someone tell me what I would or would not experience and and is Java really necessary these day for browsing? This is a fairly good question. What it boils down to is this: If you need Java in a browser, you will know so right away. If you don’t need Java—and are even unaware if you are even using it—chances are good you will never miss it and ...


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It all depends, some websites need Java to work, others dont. For example if you want to update your graphic card driver through Nvidia website it would need Java for that. There are lots of other websites that uses Java applets, for chess, gameing, weather, watching movies with subtitles. So if you visit those sites, and they run on Java you need to have ...


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You could always put this code into a java class in your favorite IDE import java.nio.charset.Charset; (...) Charset.defaultCharset() Then follow defaultCharset() link to understand how your JVM instance will get determine default charset. Example on win 64b hotspot JVM jdk 1.7 : /** * Returns the default charset of this Java virtual machine. * * ...


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Please try JavaRa to make sure you have completely removed all traces of the JRE. You can then use it to install a fresh copy of the JRE. JavaRa is an effective way to deploy, update and remove the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). It can assist in repairing or removing Java when other methods fail. Its most significant feature is the JRE ...


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I found the solution. It was just a symlink and original file was still alive in this directory: /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/ So, simply put back the symlink using the following command: sudo ln -s /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/Current/Commands/java_home /usr/libexec/.


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There is a new Perforce VCS integration plugin that works with the Community Editions: https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7685


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Please try JavaRa: JavaRa is an effective way to deploy, update and remove the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). It can assist in repairing or removing Java when other methods fail. Its most significant feature is the JRE Removal tool; which forcibly deletes files, directories and registry keys associated with the JRE. Disclaimer: I ...


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In Windows 8.1, a Kiosk mode was introduced. It allows for one single App to run for that user, and hides the desktop and Metro interface. To set it up, you need an account with Administrative Permissions. Install the application, then go to your PC Settings (swipe from the right, or hover the lower right corner of the screen). Go to the User Accounts ...


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You can run multiple version of the JRE on one machine; this has been discussed at StackExchange at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/271609/multiple-java-versions-running-concurrently-under-windows. See also https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/managing_multiple_java_versions. As mentioned, Java is continually patched for security, among ...


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There is a guide on java.com on how to get older versions of Java. Do read the note on security risks.


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While creating profile, Windows service enabled. So I can start server form Service from Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Administrative Tools. It help resolved my issue.


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As it turns out the problem I had was that I created the "/opt/jetty" file in windows first as a text file and then I FTP'd it over to the server. This was not being recognized because it was apparently some sort of "dos format", so when I deleted the file and remade it using: nano /etc/default/jetty and pasted the variable info in that way, it suddenly ...


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I don't use CentOS, but looking at the output, I think you need to install the Java 1.7 JRE (runtime environment). Once you've installed the JRE, you can then run alternatives to change your default Java executable, from 1.6, to 1.7.


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You're simply missing the environment variable... edit $HOME/.bash_profile Add JAVA_HOME=/System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_67.jdk/Contents/Home/ Also, modify the PATH to add the bin of Java PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME\bin Make sure to recall .bash_profile if you do not reload bash . $HOME/.bash_profile now java -version should work.


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The recommended way is to set the STUDIO_JDK environment variable before launching. export STUDIO_JDK=/usr/lib/jvm/jdk1.8.0_25-1.8.0_25-fcs.x86_64 ./studio.sh replacing /usr/lib/jvm/jdk1.8.0_25-1.8.0_25-fcs.x86_64 with the path of your jdk installation Reference: Configuring Android Studio: IDE & VM Options, JDK, etc - Android Tools Project Site


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I encountered the following message repeatedly when trying to start SQL Developer from my installation of Oracle Database 11g Enterprise: Enter the full pathname for java.exe. No matter how many times I browsed to the correct path, I kept being presented with the exact same dialog box. This was in Windows 7. The solution was to right-click on the SQL ...


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Google has disabled NPAPI by default in this version forcing all plugins to use PPAPI. Supposedly it can be re-enabled by going to chrome://flags#enable-npapi and enabling it, however I'm not having any luck with this... See response to "Missing NPAPI plugins" from wfh@chromium.org: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=453263#c4 As far as I ...



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