Cannot run jar file on mac


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It would be great if my problem could be fixed, jar files such as minecraft. Java 7 is only available officially for Mac OS There are unofficial distributions, but it would be wisest to simply update your OS if available.

I would have to pay at least 20 bucks to get it upgraded to the point where I CAN upgrade it to Yup, It's free, but a problem: Get java 7 via official or unofficial means. It's up to you to get it, and you do so at your own risk. Terms of use. Forum Servers Log in Sign up.

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You do have java, right? Hydreigon Fri Mar 28 at Hydreigon Sun Mar 30 at 3: Alright here's what my terminal says: In order to use ClassiCube, you need Java 7.


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Hydreigon Mon Apr 7 at However, he is not a programmer so his computer needs to install Java bloatware to run my simple application that is about 1 MB. I wouldn't want him to install so much just to execute the jar file, so is there a way for me to make the file executable in his computer?

The excessive amount of stuff he has to install to make his computer compatible with jar files is making him reluctant to use my jar file. By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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The excessive amount of stuff he has to install to make his computer compatible with jar files is making him reluctant to use my jar file He uses a Macbook Pro Retina under El Capitan. You can try something like this: Possible duplicate: Unfortunately, it looks like these solutions are not applicable to the latest OSX version. If you can't make that assumption on a Mac, then you should stop developing in java, and find a technology that fits your needs better.