Openjdk java runtime, using hotspot jit
  19 reviews

Full java runtime environment - needed for executing java gui and webstart programs, using hotspot jit.

the packages are built using the icedtea build support and patches from the icedtea project.
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self-heal 8 years ago


WhitePhoenix 8 years ago

The problem is that some programs may not work using anything but Java from Oracle. These programs specifically state to only use Oracle Java. Oracle Java is free, why not use the authentic Java?

KimberleyJo 8 years ago

It worked fine until today when my updater updated it, now AMinecraft and Blender do not know where to find the jre anymore.

asderceder 8 years ago

I mainly use it for Minecraft 1.7.10 and it works great

mitchlhannah 9 years ago

Doesn't work well for me

kakha_k 9 years ago

When this will get an upgrade to 8th java?

jahid_0903014 9 years ago

in a word, awesome!

Lenon 9 years ago

Great! ;)

Racketa1 9 years ago

It's fantastic for Minecraft 1.7.5

tygasamurai 9 years ago

Well supported, fantastic quality, top notch!

rjt69 10 years ago

Why should i have to reinstall to get this to work when a simple testcase would figure that out? and

bjtamas 10 years ago

Kiválóan működik, Minecraft-al tesztelve.

Philip12 10 years ago

Works perfectly

gdk2008uk 10 years ago

love it works great with Java3D and JMOL

quake0 10 years ago

Works great!

booman 11 years ago

Love playing games online with Java, great plugin

bambitheslug 11 years ago

This review is mostly of the package, NOT the software. I love openjdk + icedtea. Version 7 has worked really well for me across various distros and has successfully run every applet EXCEPT HOWEVER, neither of the openjdk-7-jre and icedtea-7-plugin packages actually correctly set up Java 7 on my system. They were happy to just leave Java 6 there in its entirety and not even change the default version in Firefox or anything. FURTHERMORE, I uninstalled the packages in the Software Manager, yet somehow all the Java 6 stuff was still on my machine! So I had to go in manually and redirect all Java links to Java 7 stuff and then "sudo rm -rf" everything Java 6. If you want Java 7 on Mint, I recommend first removing the Java 6 packages, then manually deleting any remaining files you can find with the "find" command, and finally either installing these packages or the official Oracle version depending on your preference. It's crazy that in this day and age, Ubuntu/Mint don't just come with Java 7 pre-installed in the first place.

jarad248 11 years ago

Java just keeps getting better and better.

DiGiTaL-CORE 11 years ago

Just what I was looking for.