Updating your java
32-bit Oracle Java instructions:64-bit Oracle Java instructions: Modify your Linux system PATH: Inform your system of the updated Oracle Java version: Community Q&A This document is intended to assist with the upgrade of the many new release versions of Oracle Java JDK/JRE on Ubuntu Linux.
Every so often, due to bug fixes and security issues Oracle releases updates to their version of the Java JDK/JRE.
The below fix works in Java 7 u51, but is unconfirmed for other versions. HKCU\Software\App Data Low\Software\Java Soft\Deployment Properties 1. REG_SZ: deployment.expiration.check.enabled "false" EDIT: This previously (and mistakenly) said DWORD instead of REG_SZ.
Summary: To stop the built in date expiration (which is typically the more difficult to stop) Put the following line in Deployment.properties deployment.expiration.check.enabled.locked 1. Even with no internet connection, expiration can be flagged by a preconfigured date. Note, java ignores this file for this specific setting the first time it is run after this entry is entered. deployment.expiration.decision.suppression.locked 2. If receive cream bar at top of IE asking to run Java, add site to trusted sites 3.
Users of Banner, App Worx job scheduling, and the Document Imaging indexing module (Singularity) may need to revert to an older version of Java if they've installed a new version that's incompatible with those services. To prevent your computer from automatically updating to the latest version of Java, see Disabling Java Automatic Updates.
How do you disable the Java Update Needed prompt that comes up every time a user launches an application that requires Java?
The Fiji project also includes the Big Data Viewer (BDV) plugin, which currently functions as an alternative viewer, to display arbitrarily large images backed by Img Lib2.
If you find that disabling a plugin fixes your problem, continue following the steps in this article.
Many problems with plugins can be solved by updating to the latest version of the plugin.
Furthermore, the SCIFIO library (what Image J2 uses for data I/O) supports opening such images on-demand as "cell images" such that blocks are read from disk as you iterate over the image.
This is similar to (but more powerful than) Image J 1.x's virtual stacks feature.
However, one major goal of the Image J2 project is to break this limit.