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Android Studo showing :“OpenJDK shows intermittent performance and UI issues.”

I have recently installed Android Studio on my Ubuntu 12.10 64bit machine, but every time that I opened it kept giving the following error "OpenJDK shows intermittent performance and UI issues. We ...
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E:Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead [closed]

I'm trying to install OpenJDK Java 7 Runtime on my Ubuntu 12.10 machine, but this happens every time: , W:Failed to fetch ...
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12.04, 12.10 - how can i install Java 32-bit and Java 64-bit?

I have my project which requires to run with Java - 64-bit for the main application. And for some other libraries it requires Java - 32-bit version. On 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04 when i install java it ...
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Set OpenJDK as default application

I'm trying to create a launcher for Minecraft, but in order to make a proper working launcher I need to have OpenJDK Java 7 set as the default application for opening the .jar file. Here's the ...
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OpenJDK built in Ubuntu 12.10, but not working?

I recently installed Ubuntu 12.10, and I just now realized I haven't installed Java on it. When I was going to, I saw that I already have java installed. java -version gives me: OpenJDK Runtime ...
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Libreoffice does not detect Java on fresh install of 12.10: how to make it work?

I can't use some features of Libreoffice (some extensions, macros) because my Java runtime environment (openJdk-6) is not recognized in my system (see [screenshot] When launching LibreOffice from ...
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is OpenJDK Vulnerable to 0-Day Exploit?

I was curious to know if OpenJDK is also vulnerable to the Zero-Day Exploit that is currently afflicting Java 7 because of which experts are telling people to disable Java until a solution is found on ...