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HomeHomeFAQsFAQsGeneral FAQsGeneral FAQsHow do I check what version of Java I have installed, if any?How do I check what version of Java I have installed, if any?
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3/19/2008 5:22 PM
 

To run Lucid3, you need to install Java Virtual Machine version 1.4.2 or greater on your computer. To check if you have the correct Java Virtual Machine (JVM) user the following URL:

http://www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp

Or type the following command at a command prompt or terminal window.

java -version

If you receive an error message stating 'java' is an unknown command then you need to download the Java Virtual Machine.

If you receive a response to the command that states a Java version number less than 1.4.2, such as version 1.2, 1.3 or 1.4.1, then you need to download a newer version of the Java Virtual Machine.
At the time of Lucid3 release the current Java Virtual Machine version is 1.4.2_03.

To download the latest Java Virtual Machine go to: http://www.java.com

Note: Macintosh users need to use the system update utility or visit the Apple website to obtain the JVM.

 
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