Update Release Notes Java™ SE 6 Update 30 The full internal version number for this update release is 1.6.0_30-b12 (where 'b' means 'build'). The external version number is 6u30. Highlights This update release contains enhancements for Java applications: • Improved performance and stability • Support for Red Hat Enterprise 6 Olson Data 2011l Java SE 6u30 contains Olson time zone data version 2011l.
JDK 7u2 (1.7.0_02-b13) and JDK 6u30 (1.6.0_30-b12) available at JVM Host! We updated JDK 6 and 7 to newest versions. Java hosting clients can change JDK version with. Jan 17, 2012 - 1.6.0_30 (build 1.6.0_30-b12), x64 edition >3. Any error messages logged. Could you provide a link for the IBM JDK 60SR10 win.x64 download? IBM website is not exactly user-friendly when it comes to locating downloads, and the best I could find was an SDK for 32-bit. No JDK of any kind not even for.
For more information, refer to. Security Baselines The security baselines for the Java SE platform at the time of the release of Java SE 6u30 are specified in the following table: JRE Family Version Java for Business Security Baseline 6 1.6.0_29 5.0 1.5.0_32 1.4.2 1.4.2_34 On October 30, 2008, Java SE 1.4.2 reached its end of service life with the release of 1.4.2_19. Java SE 5.0 reached its end of service life on November 3, 2009, with the release of 5.0u22. Future revisions of Java SE 1.4.2 (1.4.2_20 and above) and Java SE 5.0 (5.0u23 and above) are available to subscribers.
For more information about security baselines, see. Additional Certified System Configurations For Java SE 6u30, the following system configuration has been certified: • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Refer to the page for more information. Java VisualVM 1.3.2 Java VisualVM based on VisualVM 1.3.2 is included in Java SE 6u30. This release introduces the following features and enhancements: •: Show CompositeType field descriptions in tooltips • Tracking (hash)map resize events by Tracer-Collections plugin For more information, see the., a software synthesizer implementation, has been integrated into Java SE 6u30.
Anne Friedberg The Virtual Window Pdf here. Due to Ubuntu will no longer distribute Oracle's JDK and JRE. Also previous versions supplied on PPAs suffer from security issues are are not recommended to be installed on any Ubuntu system.
There are no more supported - Ubuntu officially supports OpenJDK and OpenJRE implementation of Java which is the base for Oracle's own implementation. To install the OpenJDK & OpenJRE refer to. The instructions below provide a guide to install the official Oracle JDK 6. You will need to regularly update this manually to ensure your installation maintains recommended security and stability fixes. Install the Oracle JDK 6 Oracle JDK 6 is no longer maintained. It is not updated with the latest security patches and are not recommended for use in production.
The full internal version number for this update release is 1.6.0_30-b12 (where 'b' means 'build'). The external version number is 6u30. Java SE 6u30 contains Olson.
You can however still download them from the Oracle themselves have the to install their JDK - below is based upon those instructions. • the 32bit or 64bit Linux 'compressed binary file' - it has a '.bin' file extension • Give it permissions to execute and extract it chmod a+x [version]-linux-i586.bin./[version]-linux-i586.bin During installation it will ask you to register - press ENTER. Firefox will open with the registration page. Registration is optional. JDK 6 package is extracted into./jdk1.6.0_x directory, for example./jdk1.6.0_30. Lets rename it: mv jdk1.6.0_30 java-6-oracle • Now move the JDK 6 directory to /usr/lib sudo mkdir /usr/lib/jvm sudo mv java-6-oracle /usr/lib/jvm switch to Oracle JDK 6 hosts a nice-easy script to help with this. Wget chmod +x update-java-0.5b sudo./update-java-0.5b don't worry - 0.5b refers to the script version - not the version of java!
An alternative to this is to use the and the update-java package. Finally test the switch has been successful: java -version javac -version These should display the oracle version installed - 1.6.0_30 In a terminal: mkdir ~/.mozilla/plugins Remove the IcedTea plugin, if it has been installed. Sudo apt-get remove icedtea6-plugin Remove a former version of the Java plugin (may or may not be present) rm ~/.mozilla/plugins/libnpjp2.so Now you can install the plugin, by creating a symbolic link (you tell Firefox, where the plugin is located).
(32bit) ln -s /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-oracle/jre/lib/i386/libnpjp2.so ~/.mozilla/plugins/ (64bit) ln -s /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-oracle/jre/lib/amd64/libnpjp2.so ~/.mozilla/plugins/ Confirm that the JRE has been successful by using the. Linked Questions: • • •. @MPi - I would also echo Brunos comment - there is no longer a 'sun' or an 'oracle' package '/usr/lib/jvmc is where all the other implementations of java will go, besides, the naming of the folder where we are keeping oracle's jdk is custom, no package will overwrite it, and if it does there will be no problem since it will do the same as it was done here. There is really no reason what so ever that this is not close to a system wide installation of oracle's jdk. If you have any further suggestions please do so, but there is nothing wrong with the paths used here – Jan 12 '12 at 9:32 •. The reason why Oracle's Java implementation is not supported or distributed by Ubuntu already discussed. The basic idea is that Oracle's Java Se will not be included in any official Ubuntu repo due to license problems created by Oracle.
That does not stop you from installing Oracle's JDK from a PPA or from the official package files from the Oracle's site. This guide describes how-to download, install and make java, javac and javaws from Oracle available to use in your system. How to install Oracle Java JDK6u30 on Ubuntu 11.10 (should work with any other version downloaded from Oracle) • Download Sun/Oracle Java JDK Download Sun/Oracle Java JDK or JRE from here (current version is JDK 6 Update 30). Note: Select any of the Linux x86 or Linux x64 bin packages (example jdk-6u30-linux-i586.bin, jdk-6u30-linux-x64.bin) depending on your system and preference.
@MPi there is no longer a 'sun' or a 'oracle' pacakage '/usr/lib/jvmc is where all the other implementations of java will go, besides, the naming of the folder where we are keeping oracle's jdk is custom, no package will overwrite it, and if it does there will be no problem since it will do the same as it was done here. There is really no reason what so ever that this is not close to a system wide installation of oracle's jdk.
If you have any further sugestions please do so, but there is nothing wrong with the paths used here. – Jan 12 '12 at 9:27 •. Since Oracle Java has been removed from the repository, you will have to add a new repository like mentioned in. The repository described there has also packages for Oneiric. Note: It's important to trust the repository/ppa you're installing from. • This could do anything. So, if you trust the repository and developer below; Open up a terminal window under Application ->Accessories ->Terminal, adding the ppa >by: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ferramroberto/java sudo apt-get update Then, install java jre: sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre sun-java6-jre-plugin Install Jdk by the command: sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk.
There is very good page on official. There you can find all recommended methods.
I've used this. Cd ~/ wget -O oab-java.sh chmod +x oab-java.sh sudo./oab-java.sh Script will build packages from source and place them in local repo, then they can be installed e.g.: sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk sun-java6-fonts sun-java6-source You can see all available packages in /var/local/oab/deb. Remember to select the right version: sudo update-alternatives --config java To setup everything else (like browser plugin, keytool, etc.) you can use this (it will be a long list!): sudo update-alternatives --all The script is a wrapper for, if you're curious;). I expect, that the ppa of ferramroberto might not be working in the future, because repackaging of java is not allowed any more. Unfortunately what is not allowed for canonical is also not allowed for any other packager. So the solution mentioned above might be the only way (which is basically a wrapper for update-alternatives!): It is generally a good idea, to get an oracle account and get the java newsletter to be informed about software updates until a solution comes along the way for us ubuntu users to be informed about updates.
This is not a good way to install Java, because that PPA only provides very old versions, which have major shortcomings including serious security bugs. Oracle changed the licensing terms for the proprietary Java JRE and JDK so that it cannot be freely redistributed in this way. So there's no PPA anymore that provides safe, up-to-date Java. A full explanation, with citations, of what version the PPA is able to provide and why, cannot fit into a comment. But if you post a new question about that and ping me here (with @EliahKagan), I'll try to answer it. – Oct 11 '12 at 10:24.