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Why $JAVA_HOME does not persist on a mac?

On my mac os 10.6.6 I'm trying to persist env variable $JAVA_HOME but it doesn't stick! $ export JAVA_HOME=/System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home Once I restart it won't ...
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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 ...
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How to fix icedteanp plugin error?

I'm using openSUSE 11.3 with "latest updates". I have installed vimprobable and uzbl. Whenever I start one of those two browsers, I get the error message: icedteanp plugin error: Failed to run ...
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Installing OpenJDK on a Netbsd Sparc64 Server

I am currently working on a project that involves running the lift framework on a sun sparc64 architecture. Due to limited support from more popular unix distros, I am running NetBSD 64-bit on the ...
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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?
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Installing Java into Ubuntu 10.04 Firefox/Chrome

I'm having a really hard time getting the Java browser plugin to install in Ubuntu 10.04. I've tried searching all over the place, but everyone seems to recommend installing the packages that no ...
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How can i know which unistd.h file is loaded?

I have several unistd.h files in my Ubuntu Linux. I've one on: /usr/include/asm/unistd.h This file has this directives: # ifdef __i386__ # include "unistd_32.h" # else # include "unistd_64.h" # ...
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Invoke Syscalls from Java

Is there a way to invoke syscalls directly from Java, or is it necessary to first call a native method?