[PC-BSD Public] choosing java version
goupilpierre at gmail.com
Fri Jul 19 14:06:42 PDT 2013
I've tried tweaking /usr/local/etc/javavm_opts.conf and failed to have JDK
7 for all Java programs. If I issue "env JAVA_VERSION='1.7' java -version",
my PC-BSD 9.1 does tell that it's a JDK 7. But using env
JAVAVM_OPTS_JAVAVM_java='1.7' in the file you indicated me, or any other
things I've tried, java -version tells JDK 6.
That's annoying because I'd like every single Java process in my OS to use
What am I doing wrong, please?
On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 10:35 PM, Lars Engels <lars.engels at 0x20.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 09:14:14PM +0200, Pierre Goupil wrote:
> > Good evening,
> > I have installed OpenJDK 7 from the ports in my PC-BSD 9.1 and I can't
> > figure out how to tell my system to use it rather than the 6 branch.
> > On Linux, I was used to use update-java-alternatives but I can't figure
> > what is the equivalent.
> > N.B.: I don't want to remove OpenJDK 6, just to be able to switch between
> > the two.
> > Thanks in advance for any hint,
> In FreeBSD, /usr/local/bin/java is a shellscript wrapper which starts
> the actual java binary depending on /usr/local/etc/javavm_opts.conf or
> environment variables.
> For example, to start a Java 7 VM, run "env JAVA_VERSION='1.7' java"
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