Thank you for downloading LXFree for Java
Please choose the link that best matches your
|Windows 64bit||OpenJDK runtime included||download||Best for 64bit systems.|
|Linux 64bit||Java 8+ (**)||Debian dpkg||Install:~$ sudo dpkg -i lxfreeforjava_x64.deb|
|Operating system||Java version||link||Note|
|Windows 64bit||for OpenJDK 11||instructions||Use for separate OpenJDK download and install.|
|Windows 32bit||Oracle Java 8 JRE||download||Older version for 32bit Windows systems with Java 8 installed.|
|Linux 32bit||Java 8+||Debian dpkg||Older version for 32bit systems.|
(**) Rendering on some 64bit versions of linux requires openJDK 1.8.0 due to issue with ld.so.
If you have a newer computer with a 64 bit version of Windows and a high DPI display, you will want to use one of the OpenJDK 11 installers. Like other Java based applications, LXFree for Java may appear small when used with a high resolution display. Java 9 and later has interface scaling that is compatible with high DPI screens.
The standard installer includes a copy of Open JDK 11 and requires no other installation. (If you have another version of Java installed elsewhere, it shouldn't be a problem.)
If you'd like to obtain or build a separate version of Open JDK 11+, you can download just the LXFree for Java application. The instructions tell you where to put the copy of Open JDK so that the LXFree for Java launcher can find it.
Important: If you are updating a version of LXFree for Java older than v1.2.0, you must use the control panel to uninstall LXFree for Java before you attempt to install an update.
LXFree for Java is distributed inside a Debian install package (.deb) and includes a desktop launcher.
To install, open a terminal window and change to the directory containing the lxfreeforjava.deb file:
LXFree for Java is still being developed and tested. Please help by providing feedback on problems encountered using LXFree for Java.
Please post any problems you find to the LX Series Forum
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