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Java Programs in Linux

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by Rekke, Mar 4, 2015.

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  1. Rekke

    Rekke Thread Starter

    Sep 26, 2014
    I've been following some instructions to set up my vps with Centos 5 with XFCE Desktop.

    I've managed to get to the point where I can open up my browser and go to the java program, however when I go to save/run it, it says I need a program to run it with and I cannot find one to launch it with.
    When I was setting it up one of the commands I did was

    "yum install Java7"
    however that seems to not be working when I go to launch my java program :(

    I then tried to go to firefox and install Java but it says I have nothing to run the installer with.

    Need help, reply here

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