You can determine which version of the JDK is the default by entering java -version in a Terminal window. If the installed version is 15 Interim 0, Update 0, and Patch 0, then you see a string that includes the text 15. For example:
Some applications use /usr/bin/java to call Java. After installing Java for macOS 2012-006, /usr/bin/java will find the newest JDK installed, and will use that for all of the Java-related command-line tools in /usr/bin. You may need to modify those applications to find Java 6, or contact the developer for a newer version of the application.
On Intel-based Macs, MinimWatch 2 supports all versions of Java from Java 8 onwards.You can install the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) for Java 8 as follows:Visit the Java Download page andclick the "Java Download" button.After the download has completed, double-click the downloaded file.You should see a window containing a package icon. Double-click this icon andfollow the installation prompts.
Alternatively, you can download a later version of the Java Development Kit (JDK) from theOracle Java Downloads page.For some downloads from this page, you need to have an Oracle account.For most users, the JRE is more suitable as it is quicker and easier to install.
For Apple Silicon-based Macs, download the latest version of the Java Development Kit (JDK) for macOS (arm64) from theOracle Java Downloads page.To find the correct download, select the macOS link, then select the "Arm 64 DMG Installer" file.
If you still want to use an old version you can find more information in the Maven Releases History and can download files from the archives for versions 3.0.4+ and legacy archives for earlier releases.
Download and re-install Apple Java 6- After you upgraded your Apple Mac OSX from a previous release to 10.10, Apple Java 6 may no longer exists on your upgraded system. If you then launch Statistics 22 which is an application that relies on Java 6, it can happen, the Mac OS pops up a dialog box stating Java 6 was requested, but none is present.- The Java dialog has a "More Info" button, which when clicked opens a browser to an Apple Tech Support page for Apple Java 2014-001. A download link is provided: - Click on the download link and a DMG containing the Java 6 installer is downloaded.- Then you open the Java DMG, double click on the Java installer, follow the prompts and complete the installation of Java 6.*******
There are three main ways to do this. The first way, if you have an SAP S-User with the appropriate permissions for downloading SAP software, is described below. The second way is if you do not have such S-user with special powers, but maybe you work in the same organisation as someone with such an S-user, and they may be able to provide you with the needed JAR archive or DMG. The third way works if you have a P-user (only for JAR archive), and is also described below (thanks to Declan McArdle for pointing out this third way in the Comments section).
From the top right you can login to this SAP site using your P-user, so do that as only logged in users can download the software available on this site, In March 2022 you need to scroll near to the end of this page, you are looking for the package called SAPGUI for Java:
(c) Reinstall the SAPGUI client (e.g. as shown above in this blog; if using the JAR method then make sure you have suitable java and javac versions available and environment variables set); then get any needed local xml files back into the (regenerated via install) folder: ~/Library/Preferences/SAP/
Good to know. I guess I downloaded the 7.70 rev 4 on 11th February 2022 so I've been working with that one the last couple of weeks. Updated blog and credited the advice on revision 5 to yourself. Time for me to also install the most recent version then!
I don't work for SAP so I can only tell you what I have observed, which is that the organisation I work for has licensed SAP SSO, and that I downloaded the client (as shown in the blog) from SAP Software Downloads using that organisation's S-user that is assigned to me.
a) The SAP Secure Login Client is not available for me as my organisation did not buy it. From what I read in some SAP notes it should be free of license costs if you use only encrypted communication from SAPGui to the SAP backend, but anyway it is not available for download
b) Initially I failed to find th snclib that is required for connection to a SNC secured backend, but I managed to get the sap crypto lib to be plugged in. An important step was tos et an environment variable called SNC_LIB_64 to that lib to enable SAPGui for java to find it.
For issue (a) it is difficult for me to confirm that the SLC is not available for download for non-SAP-SSO subscribers, as the organisation I work for has subscribed to the SSO product, so as we see in the blog I can easily download the SLC. (As a law-abiding citizen I am not going to distribute SAP's property onwards, so people need to work out themselves what are the allowed ways to get this software).
Initial attempts to use use SNC with SAP GUI for Linux fails - error: cannot find file sncgss.so. I downloaded the SAPCRYPTO Library and will use the file libsapcrypto.so by setting the environment variable SNC_LIB to point to it in my users .profile file - I put all content of SAR in my ~/sec directory. (A possible alternative might be to create a soft-link called sncgss.so pointing to libsapcrypto.so - have not tried). You will also need to use the sapgenpse utility.
In this step, we will test whether Java is already installed or not. To do so, open the terminal and type java -version as shown in Fig 1. If Java is already installed on the system, it will show the active version details as shown in Fig 1.
Double click the DMG file downloaded in the previous step to start installing Oracle JDK 17 on Mac. It will mount the DMG disk and shows the installer as shown in Fig 4. Make sure that you have gone through the updated License Agreement of Oracle JDK.
Every month the team of JOSM releases a tested version for download. The MS Windows and Apple macOS variants are built on this tested version.When you click on josm.jnlp to launch JOSM you will always get the newest tested version. Java's Web Start is the mechanism behind this.
Strip translations If download size is an issue, smaller files of the tested version are available. For downloads containing only English append ?lang=en to the URL. To include one translation replace en with the language code you want (lowercase first character, supported languages only). You can further reduce the file size by stripping the signing information off with appending ?unsigned=1.
On current versions of MS Windows by default Java is installed mainly in the C:\Program Files\Java\ directory. Additional parts are placed in C:\Program Files\Oracle\Java\. There is a .\javapath\ directory as target for the PATH environment variable. It is the home for the three virtual files java.exe, javaw.exe and javaws.exe. This files are symbolic links form the current Java installations.
Check that there's no other javawebstart in \Windows\SysWow64. The Java control panel will not detect it and you can safely delete it. Perform cleanup and only keep the latest versions of each JRE (One or the 32-bit mode, another one for the 64-bit mode).
In order to install Swift 4.0.3 on our MacOS, first we have to download it from its official website . We download the latest version that will be downloaded as a package file on the computer which can be installed easily by terminal.
Apple has pushed out a Java update for Mac OS X 10.7 and 10.6 users, the download weighs in between 65-75 MB and includes a variety of performance enhancements, bug fixes, and security updates. No reboot is required for installing the update.
The UPS Thermal printer applet supports printing to any supported thermal printer model from any browser or operating system. To use the applet you must have Version 7 of Java installed on your PC. You can check your version at Click the "Do I have Java" link, then click "Verify Java Version" link. If Java is not installed, click the Download Java button and follow the prompts to install it.
Once you've downloaded the installer the installation is pretty straight forward. Start it by just double-clicking on it. After preparing the installation which takes only a few seconds you'll see the starting screen:
There's no difference in the installation process of a JDK compared to an x64 Mac. Once we've downloaded and installed a compatible JDK build, we have the baseline for our Java development for our Apple M1:
The ActiveMQ message broker runs on the JVM. Hence any ingredient of our Dockerfile must also be available for an arm64 architecture. For our example, we were using fabric8/java-alpine-openjdk11-jre as the base image. Unfortunately, this image only supports linux/amd64 (i.e. x64) and hence we had to replace it with a JRE base image that supports all platforms we want to build our image for.
If you did not use the archive, Flutter will download necessary development binaries as theyare needed (if you used the archive, they are included in the download). You may wish topre-download these development binaries (for example, you may wish to do this when settingup hermetic build environments, or if you only have intermittent network availability). Todo so, run the following command:
For example, when installed from GitHub (as opposed to from a prepackaged archive), the Flutter tool will download the Dart SDK from Google servers immediately when first run, as it is used to execute the flutter tool itself. This will also occur when Flutter is upgraded (e.g. by running the flutter upgrade command).
Apple Mac OS 10.8.5 and higher (from 10.9.5 through 11.1, Big Sur): With the release of OS X Mavericks 10.9.5, the way that OS X recognizes signed apps has changed. Signatures created with OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 or earlier (v1 signatures) will be obsoleted and Gatekeeper will no longer recognize them. For various versions of JSim, you may, upon running JSim for the first time, see the follow message: ' "JSim" can't be opened because the identity of the developer cannot be confirmed'. You must change your 'Security and Privacy' settings to allow 'Applications downloaded from anywhere' to be run on the computer. See below for further details. 2b1af7f3a8