*.javasource files or use Makagiga [SDK]
Private JRE will be used by Makagiga only and it will not affect your system. You can always remove the private JRE (
java-windows-i586 directory) to switch to your default system Java.
The following packages include Java:
makagiga-*.exe(installer for Windows)
If you don't want to install Java on your system you can try
makagiga-linux-i586-*.7z package with Java 8 already included. See above Tips for more details.
sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jre"
java -version" to verify installation
java version "1.7.0...
Note: If you have more than one Java version installed, you should also run
sudo update-alternatives --config java"
to select the default "java" program.
This is a generic tutorial and should work with all Linux distributions...
tar -xzf YOUR_VERSION.tar.gz" to unpack downloaded archive
You can unpack this archive into any preferred location (e.g.
Modify system settings to set the default "
export JAVA_HOME=/opt/java/jre1.8.0line to your
export PATH=/opt/java/jre1.8.0/bin:$PATHline to your
ln -s /opt/java/jre1.8.0/bin/java /usr/bin
Now you can run "
java -version" to verify the previous installation steps.
Make sure all the paths in
$PATH are correct.
You are using Java 7 (or older) to launch an application that requires Java 8+.
Makagiga 5.x requires Java 8 or newer.
You are using Java 6 (or older) to launch an application that requires Java 7+.
Makagiga 4.x requires Java 7 or newer.
JAVA_HOMEenvironment variable to your JDK installation directory.
You can optionally disable Java Plugin in your web browser (it's not used by Makagiga).