Java Runtime Environment 1.6.0 Download Mac

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  1. Install Java Runtime Environment 1.6.0

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Installation of Jim on Macintosh computers is restricted to 64-bit systems running Mac OS X 10.8 or later, since Jim requires Java version 1.8, and this version of java has only been released by Oracle for these versions of Mac OS. Installation of Jim is in six stages:

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  1. Install Java
  2. Install the Jim software
  3. Request a license
  4. Install the license
  5. Customise the installation (optional)
  6. Download some example images (optional)
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Install Java Runtime Environment 1.6.0

  1. Installing Java. We strongly recommend that you install Java version 1.8.0 (also known as Java 8), which can be downloaded from the Oracle web site. Jim will not install or run with Java versions earlier than 1.8.0. If you use a Java version later than 1.8.0, either the program may not run or you may experience problems with the program crashing when you try to start the 3-D display.

    After installing Java, reboot your computer so that the new Java version is recognised.

    Note: if your institution has a purchased floating (network) license for Jim , then please note that you need to install Java version no later than 1.8.0_192. If you install a version of Java 8 later than this, you will not be able to connect to the license server to obtain a license. You can access archived versions of Java 8 here, or search on 'Java Archive Downloads Java SE 8 Oracle'.

    Note: if you wish to do some Java programming, perhaps using Jim's A.P.I. to process images, then you will need to install the Java Development Kit (JDK), not the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).

  2. Installing Jim. Download the Jim jim-8-installer.jar installer from this link. When the download is complete, drag the downloaded file onto your Desktop. Next, open a terminal window (use Finder to search for 'terminal' if you are not sure how to do this) and type the following commands: To install for personal use in your home folder, you can then type: When prompted by the installer for the installation folder, you should select Applications/Xinapse/Jim8 in your home folder. To install system-wide for all user, you will need Administrator rights. Type: When prompted by the installer for the installation folder, you should select /Applications/Xinapse/Jim8 in the root folder.

    Note: on Mac OS 10.9 or later, you may see an error like the one below:

    Click the 'OK' button, and then from the Apple menu, select 'System Preferences ...'

    Then click on the 'Security & Privacy' icon:

    This will bring up the Security & Privacy settings:

    Click the 'Open Anyway' button, which will enable Jim's installer to run.

  3. License request. The easiest way to obtain the details needed to send for a license is to try starting Jim. If you have not yet received a license file, you will see a pop-up error dialog like the one shown below. If, at the top of this dialog, you see a message like This computer's Host ID is '00123FDB5B8C' then your computer has only one network card. If, however, you see more than one Host ID (as above), then your computer has more than one network adapter and you need to choose which HostID to send. You can simply send the complete list of Host IDs to us, and we will select the most suitable. If you want to choose one yourself, then you can list your network adapters, by starting the terminal program (use Finder to search for 'terminal' if you are not sure how to do this) and type the command:

    /sbin/ifconfig -a

    Please send the hardware address to , and we will then send you in return by e-mail a license file for Jim.

    Note: this is not an automated service, and there will be a delay before you receive your license file.

    Note: If you have a network of computers, installation of Jim need not be done on the same computer that you intend to use to run Jim. The name and hardware address you send should be for the computer on which you intend to run Jim.

    If you believe that you have received and correctly installed your license file, then you can get Jim to print out more detailed messages about why licensing has failed. Press the button. This will pop up a further dialog containing detailed license debugging messages. You can use these to diagnose the problem, or e-mail the messages shown in this window to , to help us to diagnose the problem.

    If you have purchased network (floating) licenses, you can set up the connection to your license server by clicking on the . See the instructions for setting up a connection to a license server.

  4. You may want use Finder to go to the Applications/Xinapse/Jim8 installation folder and drag the Jim icon onto your Desktop for easier access to starting Jim. Now see the section on customising a Mac OS X installation.
  5. You may also wish to download some example images to get you going with Jim.