All is done by launcher WaterfoxPortable. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. You have nothing to add to WaterfoxPortable. Nothing to fix: downloaded setup is 9. Find path under System, select it, and click on Edit to modify it.
Online installer tested and gave the latest build 31764 Mon Oct 12 2015. The problem is caused by a 64-bit version of msvcr100. You will need it later. Scripting on this page enhances content navigation, but does not change the content in any way. The first place it searches is the current directory, then the eclipse. The installer logic Cisco is using to detect the presence of Java, is flawed.
Only minor issues: - old interface in vuze seems to be not working no changes at all - vuze settings are became in fullscreen after change interface view - launcher must be used you cannot use x64. Even if it is a beta 2. They package their splash screens and you have to use their created exe to run the portable. Though I backup all my Portable on one. Do you have any suggestion to fix this problem? In my it was Java8. Look at the post above the post above the post before you. Should be a bug of alpha versions.
How would one does this successfully? Main %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9 by your path. Keep up the great job. Run the downloaded file to install it. First thing you need to do is download the installer from the Portable Apps website. Try in a new location.
When I used firefox to install java, it automatically installed a 32-bit version so idiotic! As a result only the backup jar file exists. I don't believe the issue lies with Cisco as I have seen the same behaviour with java based management tools from other vendors as well. There is nothing wrong with having as many jre versions as needed to run all your Java software. See details at Here, I give a powershell script to do it: powershell -ExecutionPolicy ByPass -File Standard, inline approach: i. In fact the launcher can't detect 64 bit installed Java no time to fix.
But there is a problem if you : Chrome says plugin is obsolete and you have to choose run anyway. Includes default out-of-date pre-bundled jre. Hence, I downloaded 32-bit version. If You still have any query you can ask it again, just go on my profile and find out my email id. Did you solve the problem long term? I went to the Java manual install page which was not as directly accessible as you'd like and installed the 64bit version. When I uninstalled java 1. Error: could not find java.
Can't get this to work for me with Chrome. It has two physical drives C: on which the operating system is installed and D: on which most applications and data are installed. Is there a Way to get this fixed? I have a question, by chance do not already have the portable version of jdownloader beta 2, or we have to wait out the final version? Please read the Guidelines thoroughly and ensure that you keep up with it, as it will be updated regularly. Open Office is installed on the D: drive and apart from Base appears to be functioning well. Bill wrote:The problem is caused by a 64-bit version of msvcr100. Preuve que Java garde toujours des traces de configuration dans le registre.
Problem seems to be in your computer. I can only imagine is a way to keep you tied to their website. Just make sure to have CommonFiles in the same folder as the portable application folder, e. The installation basically moves all files into a folder that you have selected before. So I resist update for sometime now. I am also under the impression that self update does not work if the backup jar file is copied afterwards.
Thanks a lot for your time and for your great effort to keep it up. Greengiant224 wrote:Do any of these links to previous Java problems not outline how to fix them? You should find 64 bit java version and install it. Here is the sauce if you like to build your own. The show only Java version but not architecture. And thanks for the update, I tested the differents versions of java and are working fine.
This opens a dialog box to edit this variable. Visit the following links: If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please. If it is there, cut and paste it including the terminating semi-colon to the front of the list; otherwise, type it. Nothing will ever happen if you cannot run java from the command line. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. The web installer is necessary for legality. The article is an update to the first review of Java Portable which we have published back in 2010 Advertisement Advertising revenue is falling fast across the Internet, and independently-run sites like Ghacks are hit hardest by it.