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Editing the .profile file to access

I am trying to source my .profile file to easily access a directory of javatools. The bash code below seems like it should work but it does not. Any help troubleshooting this script would be very much ...
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java add to the path

I have some .jar files in a directory, /home/unix/dfernand/bin/picard/picard-tools-1.106. But when I add the directory to the PATH and CLASSPATH in my bashrc, java still does not recognize the .jar ...
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Cannot change JAVA_HOME

When I run java -version in my terminal I get: user@ubuntu:~$ java -version java version "1.7.0_25" OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.3.10) (7u25-2.3.10-1ubuntu0.13.04.2) OpenJDK 64-Bit Server ...
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Java PATH issue when installing JDK7 on centos 32 bit

I have Installed JDK 7 on CentOS 32 bit virtual machine. I also have set the path for java. In one terminal it is showing java1.7 But when I open another terminal and look for, java -version It is ...
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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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Red5 can't find JAVA_HOME

I'm setting up a Red5 server on Cygwin I get this /usr/share/red5$ sh red5.sh Running on CYGWIN_NT-6.1-WOW64 Unable to locate Java. Please set JAVA_HOME environment variable. However, I can also ...
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How to force a particular version of Java?

I am on a RHEL 5.5 64 bit box. The systems engineer installed the 64-bit Java VM under /usr/bin ; however, I needed a 32 bit VM which he installed in /opt/jdk1.6.0_35. But now, everytime I do java ...
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How to set environment variable JAVA_HOME that will be saved on exit? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I set a user environment variable? (permanently, not session) I use Suse. First was installed jdk7, so JAVA_HOME remains like: /usr/java/jdk1.7.0_05/ After I ...
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Adding a folder of jar files to my path

Unix newbie here. I have java tools that I need to use. The tools are in a folder full of jar files. I wanted to add this folder to my path, for the obvious reasons, but after I edit my .bash_profile ...
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A system-wide way to set or get $JAVA_HOME in Ubuntu?

I wonder whether Ubuntu itself provides a system-wide way to find the current JAVA_HOME or whether there is right place for setting JAVA_HOME. Mac OS X does well in this, for /usr/libexec/java_home ...
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What is wrong with my JDK installation?

I tried to compile a Hello world example in java and got a gcc error. As far as I understand it, gcc is trying to compile my java class (and for some reason failing to find the main method, but that's ...
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installed java, but java -version not showing new java

I just installed jdk1.6.0. I have tried multiple ways to set the path variable and make java 1.6 my new running version. And nothing is working. Running centos5 virtual machine. alternatives --config ...