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It was a bug in the JDK/JRE fixed in 7u10 (I was using 7u9): see the 7u10 release notes and the bug report. I should have looked more carefully about what the symptoms were telling me: it is Java ('pre-processing') that does the wildcard expansion, not Windows, and it was doing the expansion but then presumably omitting the semicolons or similar so that ...


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Java 8u25 Warning: These settings expose security vulnerabilities known to Java. Not for the the average user. I was having a lot of tools blocked by Java. I set the options below and then added to the site exception list. I was then able to run all of my older applets that were previously blocked after a browser restart. Advanced: **JNLP File/MIME ...


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It depends where you develop your program. If you use and kind of IDE Java can usually be changed in the project settings. If you compile your program via command line (meaning javac etc.) you can change the desired Java environment by adding the following llines to your ~/.bashr_profile (which is run every time you open a terminal. You didn't tell which ...


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Yes, it is possible to install the Java Runtime Environment and the Java web browser plugin in Linux. However, as you noticed, the proprietary Oracle JRE is not available in the Debian or Ubuntu repositories. Oracle revoked the ability for Linux distributions to redistribute Java packages in 2011 (see Ubuntu's and Debian's notifications). This leaves you ...


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OSX Yosemite doesn't come with Java installed and ifg you had it before it'll be removed. You have two possible options: Install Apple Java (1.6) for OSX This version of Java is older than the latest available from Oracle but many Java apps running on OSX require this version. For example many of the Jetbrains IDEs recommend using this version of the ...


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Reference How do I enable Java in my web browser? Internet Explorer Click Tools and then Internet Options Select the Security tab, and select the Custom Level button Scroll down to Scripting of Java applets Make sure the Enable radio button is checked Click OK to save your preference


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Please check whether java plugin in enabled in your internet browser Open your browser Tools -> Internet Options -> Security tab select the Custom Level button Scroll down to Scripting of Java applets Make sure the Enable radio button is checked Click OK to save your preference and then check the issue If issue persists please reset your internet ...


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If it's not reproduced on other machines accessing the same db, I suspect the problem is something specific to the client on that machine, likely the cache or perweb or a similar file is corrupt. Instead of trying to try and profile the mailfile, you're time would be better spend uninstalling and reinstalling notes.


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Either will work fine. The i5 versus i7 distinction mostly lies in the number of cores, which is not a main concern for most users. The size of the CPU cache is also a difference, but software written in Java is notoriously cache-unfriendly (as opposed to software written in C or C++), so you shouldn't see much a difference. On the other hand, having an SSD ...


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There was no way for me to make this work with xmodmap and fortunately I stumbled upon a guy who already made something similar with xkb. Just follow this link and follow the instructions there to extend your keyboard layout with the "extend" layout, which maps Caps_Lock to ISO_Level_5. http://forum.colemak.com/viewtopic.php?id=1438&p=1 Please read ...


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You probably cannot do this. phpMyAdmin is often used when you don't want to allow general remote access but you want to provide a way to manipulate the DB remotely. Because phpMyAdmin runs on the server it can access the DB without MySQL having to be configured to allow remote connections. If you want your app to be able to access that DB you're going to ...


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A few options, as per @jdh one is Remote Desktop aka Terminal Services; http://support.microsoft.com/kb/281311 All versions of Microsoft Windows XP include the Terminal Services service. Or a third party app such as Teamviewer may do


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The correct solution would have been to edit your PATH environment variable, such that is does contain C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin but not C:\Windows\jre\bin. You said you added the new one, but probably you did not delete the old path.


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You just type on terminal $ java -version and if it gives something along the following, Java is installed. java version "1.7.0_65" OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.5.3) (7u71-2.5.3-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) OpenJDK Server VM (build 24.65-b04, mixed mode)


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Similarly, in the Russian version Windows 8.1. After join to the domain, jre7u55, jre7u60, jre8, jre8u5 not installed. There is a temporary solution: 1. Install English Lang Pack 2. Apply English for Display language and Copy settings to Welcome screen and system accounts 3. Return the old language, and copy settings to New user accounts 4. jre7u55, ...


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Curiously enough, a fix for me was to add a config file ~/.alsoftrc with the contents: [pulse] allow-moves=yes The java application in my situation (Minecraft on Xubuntu 14.04 LTS) refused to use the audio output that actually worked (digital audio hdmi) and instead defaulted to something that didn't exist, analog audio. Just putting this here for the ...


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From Oracle.com ยป Exception Site List Wildcards are not supported. If only a domain is provided, any RIA from that domain is allowed to run. A domain can have multiple entries, for example, https://www.example.com and http://www.example.com. A port number is required only if the default port is not used. This means you are correct that there is no ...


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The actual problem was that the Java 8 copied Java.exe in System32 folder which I renamed and the command prompt started giving Java 6 version after that. Thanks for the answers to this question - Wrong java -version being reported


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If you're using Fedora like me you need to install sudo yum install icedtea-web Restart your browser after this.


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The Oracle JRE is built from OpenJDK. You can get OpenJDK from many sources, including building it yourself. Azul Systems (my employer) offers the Zulu family of downloads, all of which provide OpenJDK binaries certified to meet the Java Standard Edition test specs for each major Java version (today 8, 7, and 6.) It should be a suitable replacement for your ...


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Nov 2014: Answers here are largely outdated as Oracle has now disclosed this. Or at least we can say there's now an "official" solution. First of all: The Ask toolbar has only ever been included as an option with the Consumer version of Java installer (the one you get from java.com) whereas the Corporate version of Java installer (the one you get from ...


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Please try the Java Uninstall Tool for Windows : The Java Uninstall tool helps you improve your computer security by simplifying the process of finding and uninstalling older versions of Java. The Uninstall tool shows you a list of the Java versions on your computer and then removes those that are out of date. System Requirements ...


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Try this: screen -dm -x hg1 -X stuff "jsp sign edit status1 2 test line $(printf '\r')" You can find more infos here: http://www.computerhope.com/unix/screen.htm


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In rare cases a newer version of Java is NOT compatible with your existing software. (Java sometimes removes certain features when going to a new version. And, more often the case, some functions get a slightly different behavior, which breaks some applications that relied on the old behavior.) This mostly happens with version upgrades: Like version 1.6 to ...


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Should I uninstall older versions of Java? We highly recommend that you uninstall all older versions of Java from your system. Keeping old versions of Java on your system presents a serious security risk. Uninstalling older versions of Java from your system ensures that Java applications will run with the latest security and performance ...


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Java 8 creates three shortcuts on \ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath that point to the latest Java8 java.exe, javaw.exe and javaws.exe and then puts \ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath at the front of the PATH so that no matter what you do to the JAVA_PATH environment variable, you still get the latest Java 8. You can get around this by 1) renaming ...


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Java JRE Runs when you start a program which uses JAVA. I am a Java developer; I use Eclipse so when I start it, the Java libraries run. But if you want to quit it then simply go to the TASK MANAGER --> Processes --> Select that --> End Process. What I think it's running all of the time is that because if you ran one application and already it took time to ...


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we have to delete the "JavaSoft" key in the Registry START .... RUN ... REGEDIT ... search for JAVASOFT by keying Ctrl F we will find it in 2 or 3 places, simply delete all the JavaSoft keys then delete C:\Users\myName\AppData\LocalLow\Sun folder if we find an Oracle folder in the same place delete it too. then delete C:\ProgramData\Oracle ...


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following settings worked perfectly for me https://app.box.com/s/vxsravocpofwaxlgvlte the picture shows how to enable Java Plugin Launching for browsers ( when Java does not work with any browser and also unable to verify java on java.com site ) shows how to enable Java Control Panel ( or Configure Java ) shows the folder path where these two java ...


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Not all programs use JAVA_HOME. You would set it to your Java's main directory, "~/java7_latest" in your case. For programs looking for the java executable in the PATH Streak's answer will work. On Debian based distributions (and I think it has been reimplemented for Fedora) there is also the "alternatives" system that lets you switch back and forth ...


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Java Verify failure unable to Configure Java Control Panel does not open ( Fix : ) this is a regular ( windows 7 bug related ) problem after successful installation of Java ( jre ) and fresh installation of Windows7 64bit or 32bit on my laptop or desktop. what worked perfectly for me was setting COMPATIBILITYMODE=WINDOWSNT to make windows launch the ...


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You appended your java bin to the path, therefore if there is one already will take that first. Try the other way around: export PATH=~/java7_latest/bin:$PATH



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