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Discussion in 'Technology' started by KingTux, May 12, 2016.
I finally got java 7 oracle JDK and JRE installed.
That was harder then making a program.
Why not java 8? Either way it's really not that tough. There's many guides online to help you.
CentOS - http://tecadmin.net/install-java-8-on-centos-rhel-and-fedora/
Ubuntu - http://tecadmin.net/install-oracle-java-8-jdk-8-ubuntu-via-ppa/
Why not 7.
As Java 7 won't work with all plugins, and it's already past end of public updates.
Most hosting companies use 7.
I will use 8 when 9 comes out.
Quite untrue, any decent/reputable hosting companies are using Java 8. In my opinion if a hosting company uses Java 7 you probably shouldn't host with them.
Every time I build a Java 8 plugin I have problems.
So your solution is to use outdated software? Have fun with that.
Like? I see no real reason to use a seemingly legacy technology vs the fancy pants new stuff...
He just wants to run an outdated version ;(
When i was using mcProHosting I uploaded my Java 8 plugin and I got java version errors .
Ah yes. That's because they haven't updated to Java 8. You see the trick is to run as fast as you possibly can away from MCPH.
I am trying to make a forge mod and It did not like Java 8.
if you host doesn't have java7 your host sucks. Java 7 is EOL, nobody should be using it anymore.
thats something different. because minecraft is still stuck on java7 forge is too.
I found the problem: