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A Java/JEE programmer with decent javascript and CSS knowledge.
Interested in everything about computers and programming.
I also do (did) (very) casual VB6 programming, started with C# very recently for hobby.

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awarded  Notable Question
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revised Add padding to bordered paragraph
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Jan
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accepted Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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answered Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
Sep
20
comment Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
Well this is awkward. I had installed the JRE and was searching for Java. But still, the JRE installation does not change the default java of the system (java -version still says 1.6 even if I have JRE 1.7). I will add my own answer
Sep
20
comment Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
No. I did not change the default location.
Sep
20
revised Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
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Sep
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revised Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
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Sep
20
comment Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
I don't see a 1.7 version at all. When I say /usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.7.0_40 I get the error Unable to find any JVMs matching version "1.7.0_40". From the article you had mentioned, Java 1.7 should be present in /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines but there is only 1.6.0.jdk there. My problem is I know Java 7 is installed on my machine, but I don't know where. (Updated question with screenshot of the Java Control Panel showing the version)
Sep
19
asked Unable to locate Java 7 on OSX
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asked Windows 8 upgrade from XP - error “text not found”
Dec
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accepted How does my iTunes connect to an Airport Express on another network (on a dual band router)?
Dec
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comment How does my iTunes connect to an Airport Express on another network (on a dual band router)?
You are correct. I think it is just a single network on two wireless frequencies. I just checked the DHCP table and all my devices are listed. in the same IP range (192.168.1.*)
Dec
12
comment How does my iTunes connect to an Airport Express on another network (on a dual band router)?
Can Bonjour work across networks? Meaning that iTunes searches for all airport expresses around? I find it odd because the airport express is explicitly connected to one network and the Airport Express is explicitly connected to another. Also, I think I have two different networks, at least thats what he manual of the router says: the Router can create two simultaneous yet separate Wireless-N networks, one using the Wireless-N 5 GHz band and one using the Wireless-N 2 .4 GHz band.
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