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Java 8 is not supported on Windows XP but as of JDK 8 update 25, it can still be installed and run under Windows XP. Previous updates of JDK 8 could be run under XP by downloading archived zip format file and unzipping it for the executable.The last version of Java 8 could run on XP is update 251.But its components compatibility starts to break on unsupported OS in early build during Java 8 updates development.
From October 2014, Java 8 was the default version to download (and then again the download replacing Java 9) from the official website. "Oracle will continue to provide Public Updates and auto updates of Java SE 8, Indefinitely for Personal Users".
This procedure explains how to download and install the source distribution on a Unix system. This procedure assumes the Unix machine has a browser. Please see the previous #Unix Binary Installation section for details on how to install ActiveMQ without a browser.
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License Change 2019-04-10: The terms under which this version of the software is licensed have changed. The new Oracle Technology Network License Agreement for Oracle Java SE is substantially different from prior Oracle JDK licenses. The new license permits certain uses, such as personal use and development use, at no cost -- but other uses authorized under prior Oracle JDK licenses may no longer be available. Please review the terms carefully before downloading and using this product. An FAQ is available here. Commercial license and support is available with a low cost Java SE Subscription. Oracle also provides the latest OpenJDK release under the open source GPL License at jdk.java.net.
Using JMRI requires a combination of hardware (in this case running Windows), Java software and a JMRI download for a specific version. The table below shows configurations that have been reported working - there may be other combinations that are also possible, but they have not been reported by the user community. JMRI Release Windows Rel. Java Rel. Test release 4.x.y through 4.25.9 7, 8, 10, 11, Vista Java 1.8 ("Java 8") Production rel 4.26 7, 8, 10, 11 Java 8 or Java 11 (Recommended) Production rel 4.26 Vista Java 8 Test rel 4.27.1 7, 8, 10, 11, Vista Java 8 or Java 11 (Recommended) Test rel 4.99.x 8.1, 10, 11 Java 11 Production rel 5.0 8.1, 10, 11 Java 11 Test rel 5.x 8.1, 10, 11 Java 11 Older releases: JMRI Release Windows Rel. Java Rel. Test release 3.10.1 Java 1.6 Test release 3.10.1 Vista SP1 Java 1.7 Test release 2.14.1 Java 1.5 or 1.6 Test release 2.14.1 Windows 2000 SP3, XP Java 1.6 Production release 2.8 Windows 98, ME Java 1.6 Installation Procedure Since JMRI 5.1.6. During the installation your machine will be checked for java 11 or greater. First it will check the default version, then if that fails search the registry entries (javasoft keys).
JMRI also supports an offline installation - to set up, refer to the Offline Installation section below.The JMRI project is continuously adding features, bug fixes, examples and tutorials to the release, and sonew "Test" versions appear every couple of weeks. You may find one of these has features that you really want.These are announced in the JMRI users Groups.io group.
Run the JMRI installer When the JMRI download is ready, you will be asked to either save it to disk or directly run the installer. [NOTE: illustrations below are not all from the same release, but should be similar to what you see.] Installer start-up
Check for a previous version It will then check to see if a previous version of JMRI exists, backup any Preference, Roster and other settings and, if necessary, uninstall the old JMRI version. You may choose to have the installer make a backup of the existing files, and provide a location on disk for this set.
In some circumstances, the removal of JMRI version 2.5.1 or earlier might fail, resulting in a messageUninstaller failedIn such cases, it is necessary to download and run the following file and then re-run the installer: RemoveOldJMRIUninstallEntry.exe
Choose Users If supported by your Windows version and depending on the permissions of your user, the installer may ask you to choose to install JMRI just for yourself or for all users of the computer.
Choose Components The installer will now present a list of the components to be installed. This will install JMRI to the default location, place shortcuts for DecoderPro and PanelPro on the desktop and create a JMRI Start Menu folder containing shortcuts for typically used JMRI programs. If you wish to change where JMRI is installed, change the install type from 'Typical' to 'Custom (select to choose program folder)' using the drop-down menu.
Choose Install Location The next screen suggests a place for the install.
Choose Start Menu Folder The following screens lets you choose a place for JMRI in your Start menu.
Check for Java The installer will check for a suitable version of Java on your computer and, if required, will alert you to which version of Java should be installed. For example, although these messages may change based on the version of JMRI you are attempting to install. See the tables above for information about which Java is currently recommended for your version of JMRI and see the JMRI Java Recommendations page for information about downloading Java.
Install files Once existence of a suitable Java Runtime Environment has been confirmed, it will then install the needed libraries, plus add a "JMRI" program group to your Start menu and put shortcuts to the DecoderPro and PanelPro programs on your desktop. Click Next.
Installation is complete
Using a specific java version To use a specific java installation either install that version to the JMRI install directory \jre or link the specific java version to the JMRI install directory \jre
Depending on what it wants to display, JMRI can open up very large windows. Generally, JMRI uses the size of the screen and information about fixed things like the start bar to decide the maximum size for an opening window so that e.g. the corners can't be reached to resize the window.
Depending your Windows display operation, large JMRI windows will either resize to stay on the large part of the screen, clear of start bars and menu bars, or will be displayed at the full size of the screen, appearing under the start bar and menu bars.
MySQL Cluster Community Edition is available as a separate download. The reason for this change is so that MySQL Cluster can provide more frequent updates and support using the latest sources of MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition.
Note on 32-bit versus 64-bit versions: You only need the 64-bit version of the SAP Java Connector if you are using a 64-bit Java VM. If you have to use a 32-bit Java VM on a 64-bit platform, download and use the 32-bit version of JCo. The 64-bit variant should always be preferred on 64-bit platforms.Some JVMs offer both modes: 32-bit as well as 64-bit. In this case you need to start the JVM with an additional start-up parameter to specify the mode. Usually these are options -d32 and -d64; please consult the JVM documentation for further details.
Note on 32-bit versus 64-bit versions: You only need the 64-bit version of the SAP Java Connector if you are using a 64-bit Java VM. If you have to use a 32-bit Java VM on a 64-bit platform, download and use the 32-bit version of JCo. But the 64-bit variant should always be preferred on 64-bit platforms, if feasible.Some JVMs offer both modes: 32-bit as well as 64-bit. In this case you need to start the JVM with an additional start-up parameter to specify the mode. Usually these are options -d32 and -d64; please consult the JVM documentation for further details.