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How to make aptitude recognize Oracle Java as a valid java dependancy

I have Oracle Java 7 on my Debian. I want to install tomcat server using aptitude, but it keeps trying to install icedtea, and unnecessary java related packages, is it possible for aptitude to know ...
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How to use both 32 bits and 64 bits Java on Debian?

I am running Linux Mint LMDE on a 64 bits machine. I have installed OpenJDK 64bits: 7u21-2.3.9-5 which is used by some applications. IceWeasel has Iced-Tea 1.3.2 plugin installed (64bits). Now I want ...
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sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver not found

I'm configuring a Business Intelligence tool Yellowfin BI on my Debian Linux server and I get this error: Error Message: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver I cannot ...
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Update Oracle JDK

I know, there are several ways of installing ORACLE jdk7 on Debian. One way is to use the ppa from the web8updteam but i've read that installing software from ppa is not recommended on Debian. (is ...
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What's the easiest way of installing JRE on Debian?

What is the easiest way of installing JRE on my Debian OS (Linux)?
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How can I build android on my debian while using eclipse ? (java dependencies problem) [closed]

I would like to compile a build for my android device (N4) with my debian (jessie). I read that I must have Java 6, but eclipse which I sometimes use seems to need java 7. For example, I uninstalled ...
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Java “Could not reserve enough space for object heap” even though there is enough RAM

I am currently having some issues running Java. It won't start because of heap issues. But I have more than 9 GB Ram free (or even 16 GB if you assumed the cache would be empty). This is the error I ...
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How can I install Sun JDK on a Debian based system?

I can't find any .deb packages for Sun's Java Development Kit. How can I install it on my Debian machine without causing conflicts with the already installed openjdk packages?
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Cannot install java after apt-get upgrade

When I execute java -version, I get this: bash: /usr/bin/java: No such file or directory I followed multiple online guides towards installing java. I followed all the steps but I still get that ...
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Change PATH in Debian 7.1.0 for JAVA

I would like to change the PATH of my Debian 7.1.0 system to link the java version I want. If I insert into the terminal: java -version I get: java version "1.6.0_27" OpenJDK Runtime Environment ...
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install java sdk 6, wheezy

Followed debian Java Sun wiki, and later 1[open jsk 7 ]2 which has a note on installing 6 : link to java 7 on debian aptitude install sun-java6-jdk No candidate version found for ...
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update-alternatives just for one user

I'm using a shared server. On that server different versions of Java are installed: Selection Path Priority Status ...
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Installing JDK 7 on debian

So I just rented a dedicated server running Debian, and I know nothing about Linux. Anyway, I want to install the JDK 7, first I connected through SSH and granted myself administrator rights by ...
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Java uses max 8 cores on Debian, even though 16 are available [closed]

I have two servers at hand, both with 16 cores. The first is running Debian, the second running Ubuntu. I have written a small multithreaded java app that creates 16 threads. On the Debian machine, ...
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Java version for Tomcat

I want to run my Tomcat with Java 7 but all I found about configuring it doesn't work. The management interface of Tomcat shows 1.6.0_24-b24 as Java version. The JAVA_HOME variable is empty. % echo ...
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1answer
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Using NetBeans on ARM Linux?

Is it possible to run NetBeans on a ARM CPU with Linux as OS (maybe Debian) ? I want to be clear I don't need to compile for ARM (I will use NetBeans only for PHP coding). So the question is about ...
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1answer
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Installing jdk7 on Debian server via SSH

Currently, I'm trying to launch a java program on a server. The server is launched on my virtual machine (VirtualBox) and controlled over SSH. Its OS is Debian. So, in order to launch my program I ...
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How to to remove libgcj from Debian?

I am doing Java programming on Debian. By default Debian 6.x ships with libgcj JVM. On starting eclipse it shows a warning that this JVM is deprecated and may cause problems. For this reason I ...
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How to install Java Runtime Environment 7 update 5 for x64 arquitecture on Debian OS?

The History: Hey guys I want to install JRE7u5 and not OpenJRE7u5 because, while doing a research on the web I discovery that Minecraft runs better on JRE, than with OpenJRE. The Failure: But the ...
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How can I expose JAVA_HOME to applications running under X and/or Gnome?

I'm trying to run IntelliJ from Gnome3's Applications menu, but it complains the JAVA_HOME variable is not set. I have the Java installation under my home folder. I managed to export the variable in ...
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Any way for Unix to ignore lpoptions and let Java do it's job?

I'm using the javax.print API to print a Jasper Report on Debian Linux. For some reason the saved lpoptions (CUPS settings) always override settings chosen on the Java Print dialog. At this point the ...
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Problem to launch java at Debian: “error while loading shared libraries: libjli.so”

I'm trying to launch java: $ java -version java: error while loading shared libraries: libjli.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory $ ldd ...
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Issues compiling Tanuki Java Service wrapper version 3.1.2 under armv5tel architecture

Basically I need this specific version of the Tanuki Java Service Wrapper to run a specific Java application. I downloaded the source from the Tanuki website and I'm trying to compile it from source. ...
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What is Debian's stance regarding GCJ and OpenJDK?

Both OpenJDK and GCJ are available for install on Debian, and now I wonder what's happening. Don't these provide same functionality?