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April 2015 Java releases

Java 9

New Java version is under development. Preliminary JDK versions and information can be found at https://jdk9.java.net/

Java 8

Java 8 is the current Java version. 230 more words

Java

How to upgrade the java JRE to version 1.6.43

To upgrade Postilion’s Java JRE version, You’ll require the following

  1. Download and unzip the Java jre
  2. A backup of the java.policy file for the existing JRE.
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JRE offline installer (most needed for your PC)

Hi there everyone,

today we are gonna see, how to download the OFFLINE installer for JAVA RUNTIME ENVIRONMENT

JRE is useful in accessing KEEPVID, 53 more words

Working Suggestions

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The Joe Rogan Experience is one of the most successful podcasts in the world today. Joe is a stand-up comedian and a commentator for the UFC. 195 more words

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How to use Oracle Java 8 plugin in Iceweasel on Debian wheezy

Download the JRE from Oracle website.

Then perform the following steps (adjust the tar.gz filename according to what you downloaded, and replace “jre1.8.0_40″ with the directory of your extracted tar.gz): 50 more words

Coding

Finding JAVA_HOME on Windows and Linux

For windows:

@echo off

setlocal

::- Get the Java Version
set KEY="HKLM\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment"
set VALUE=CurrentVersion
reg query %KEY% /v %VALUE% 2>nul || (echo JRE not installed @ exit /b 1)
set JRE_VERSION=
for /f "tokens=2,*" %%a in ('reg query %KEY% /v %VALUE% ^| findstr %VALUE%') do (
set JRE_VERSION=%%b
)

echo JRE VERSION: %JRE_VERSION%

::- Get the JavaHome
set KEY="HKLM\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\%JRE_VERSION%"
set VALUE=JavaHome
reg query %KEY% /v %VALUE% 2>nul || (echo JavaHome not installed @ exit /b 1)

set JAVAHOME=
for /f "tokens=2,*" %%a in ('reg query %KEY% /v %VALUE% ^| findstr %VALUE%') do (
set JAVAHOME=%%b
)

echo JavaHome: %JAVAHOME%

endlocal
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Java

Difference between JVM, JDK, JRE & OpenJDK

tl;dr

JVM is Java Virtual Machine — the JVM actually runs Java bytecode.

JDK is Java Developer Kit — the JDK is what you need to compile Java source code… 218 more words