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I have a Java app that I want to run in Ubuntu, but I have Java 64 so I can't run it because it only has the 32-bit swt.jar. I can't build it myself, so Is there anyone that can provide the 64-bit swt.jar?

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Try installing your distribution's SWT libraries... have a look for libswt-* packages in your package manager. – sr_ Dec 13 '12 at 12:38
I found lib-gtk-3-java so I'm installing that, but where would I find the 64 bit swt.jar once installed? – Nifty255 Dec 13 '12 at 13:03
java app.jar should actually find it itself... (Your JDK is the one supplied by the distribution, right?) – sr_ Dec 13 '12 at 13:15
No. I had little knowledge of what I was doing when I first started using Ubuntu, so I did reinstall a time or two. – Nifty255 Dec 13 '12 at 13:17

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