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Here's how I did it on Ubuntu, I think this is the easiest way and will give you a package that you can easily reuse later (but you can't redistribute according to OTN license): Downlod the sql developer package Here. Install the sql developer package as the following. sudo apt-get install sqldeveloper-package debhelper openjdk-7-jdk openjdk-7-jre ...
First, you should not need to uninstall Java 8 to switch to Java 7, due to the alternatives system. Merely installing oracle-java7-installer will make Java 7 the preferred JVM/JDK. If you ever do need Java 8: $ sudo update-java-alternatives --set java-8-oracle Note that this changes /usr/bin/java, thus affecting everything on that system that relies on ...
Try doing this in the directory where the applet is stored- javaws <name_of_applet>
ARM is not Intel based CPU. It's like Raspberry Pi or Smartphone CPU. *.tar.gz is source code. If you using Intel or AMD choose x64.
You need to redirect HTTPS to your proxy too, here are my configurations: Acquire::HTTP::proxy "http://127.0.0.1:3128"; Acquire::HTTPS::proxy "http://127.0.0.1:3128";
If you installed Oracle java from ppa:webupd8team/java, it is quite easy to update it manually. Download JDK from oracle site and extract it to /usr/lib/jvm/ You will need to rename jdk1.8.0_72 to java-8-oracle.
Check the BIOS if the Virtualization option (VT) is enabled. Let me know also if you installed VirtualBox 5.0.12 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack.
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