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The issue is related to running installation files with administrator rights. If you download the installer, right click and "run as administrator" you will have no issues. Another option is to reduce the level of authority windows requires to run .exe files.


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Assuming You're on Unix-based operating system. You can run the program as different user and enforce limits defined in /etc/security/limits.conf on this account. This should also allow you to reserve more resources for your normal user account. You can try caging the process with tool like timeout. But since ulimit doesn't help, it'll probably end up ...


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Try the following: rm /usr/bin/java update-alternatives --config java Run as sudo if required.


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echo $JAVA_HOME results in an empty line With the Java optional package or Oracle JDK installed, adding one of the following lines to your ~/.bash_profile file will set the environment variable accordingly. export JAVA_HOME="$(/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.6)" or export JAVA_HOME="$(/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.7)" or export ...


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If you set JAVA_HOME before you install Groovy and you use Windows installer then installer handles everything properly. If you've set JAVA_HOME after installing Groovy I would recommend a reinstall.


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Download all the certificates on https://letsencrypt.org/certificates/ (choose the der format) and add them one by one with this kind of command (example for letsencryptauthorityx1.der): keytool -import -keystore PATH_TO_JDK\jre\lib\security\cacerts -storepass changeit -noprompt -trustcacerts -alias letsencryptauthorityx1 -file PATH_TO_DOWNLOADS\...


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Ok, sadly, the answer is "No". There is hope, but the feature is not implemented at the time of this typing.


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This drove me nuts for a couple of days. I was not able to resolve the issue through the Android studio installer, but found a workaround: Go to http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html Instead of downloading "Android Studio package" (the exe file), scroll down and select "SDK tools package" (the zip file). This work perfectly and allows you to select ...


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Is there anyway to manually install the plugin? No. You need to use 32-bit Firefox and a 32-bit JRE. Java is not supported in 64-bit Firefox. Firefox 64-bit for Windows, by design, has limited support for plugins and users will notice that certain sites requiring plugins that worked in previous 32-bit versions of Firefox might not work in this 64-bit ...


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First, use uppercase X as -Xmx and -Xss; -x is an error. Second, put all JVM options, including -X and -D and so on, BEFORE -jar jarname if you use that, or otherwise before the main-class name. Any arguments after the run-jar or main-class are passed to the Java program, not interpreted by the JVM. PS: I assume/hope you have 64-bit java (and hardware) if ...


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If the class is in a package: package thepackagename; public class TheClassName { public static final void main(String[] args) { System.out.println("Hello World!"); } } Then calling it from the wrong directory results in: Error: Could not find or load main class thepackagename.TheClassName It must be called with its ...


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Why is Java disabled in Chrome? It is some security concern? The reasons prompting the disabling of NPAPI, and therefore Java, include the following according to the Chromium Blog: Increased security Increased speed Increased stability Reduction in code complexity Reduction in crashes Reduction in hangs Lack of support for mobile devices Note: Firefox ...


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As explained by Google, the Netscape Plug-in API (NPAPI) was needed in the early days of web browsers to extend their features. Unfortunately, it provided access to the underlying machine. Thus, if the plugin contained a vulnerability and an attacker exploited it, the attacker bypassed the sandboxing of the browser and had access to the machine. Such attack ...


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It's a matter of perspective. What Derek didn't quote was: Java SE Patch Set Updates (PSU) (i.e. u92) contain all of fixes in the corresponding CPU (i.e. u91), as well as additional non-critical fixes. Java PSU releases should only be used if you are being impacted by one of the additional bugs fixed in that version. For that you need to read the ...


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This just worked for me: download the Java installer for whatever version you want; open it with 7-zip; locate and extract the tools.zip file (it can be in different directories, depending on Java version, build, or if it is a JDK or JRE); expand tools.zip in some ; go into and run for /r %x in (*.pack) do .\bin\unpack200 -r "%x" "%~dx%~px%~nx.jar; try ...



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