What has been released to install as a security update? I seem to be clicking on one web link which takes me to another and nothing to actually install. Typical Apple. Really wish I hadn't bought this MacCrap Air - I do miss my PC.
When I attempt the update, I get the following error:"The Update "Java for OS X 2012-003" can't be installed.The update could not be expanded, and may have been corrupted during downloading. The update will be downloaded and checked again the next time that Software Update runs." This is on a new Mac Mini (purchased in April 2012) that has been kept updated with all other software updates. I have tried to do this update several times over the last several days with the same error. The computer has been powered off/restarted several times, no effect.I have checked for the Flashback malware, not on my system.†
I just updated java for MAC OS X 10.6 which is a security update. I have no idea whether I am using java applets in my web browser. I am unwilling to disable the java web plugin in my web browser until I know what I'm giving up.
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.6)
I have problems since applying the latest security Update 2009-001 and Java 10.5 Update 3, I have 10.5.6 on the new unibody 2.4ghz and have completely lost the ability to connect to my wireless access point which is an apple airport extreme base station.
I can sometimes se the base station but cannot connect to it and sometimes cannot see it at all. I have three other apple computers at home all less then a year old running the same build of 10.5.6 but have not updated them and they all are fine.
This one was perfect untill I applied the update.
The machine I am having problems with is partitioned with windows 7 beta on it which has no problems connecting to the base station, which indicates that its not a hardware problem but more then likely the update which is causing the problem.
Is there a way to uninstall the last update or delete it? Any one with a similar problem or know how I can fix it, I have googled but cannot seem to find anyone with similar problems.
I was running java 1.6.0_33 on my Mac Lion and later I installed java 1.7.0_05. Now in my Java preferences I see both the Java SE available.Now my problem is when I enable Java 7(& select Enable applet plug-in and Web start applications), my JNLP file doesn't run with java web start, from Safari as well as Firefox. When I try running the jnlp using Open With option and selecting Java Web Start present in /System/Library/CoreServices, nothing happens.¬†
When I try running the JNLP file from Terminal suing command /System/Library/CoreServices/Java Web Start.app/Contents/MacOS/Java Web Start xyz.jnlp I get following error¬†
Java Web Start splash screen process exiting... Can not find message file : No such file or directory.¬†
Since the flurry of 2012 updates, Java is completely broken on my Mac Pro.¬† Java dependent apps don't start and Apple Support says to enable the apps in Java Preferences.¬†Nice idea, but Java Preferences WILL NOT LAUNCH either.¬†There were plenty of tools to address flashback and they DID NOT break normal day to day operations.I downloaded the package from support to try a re-installation, but it says "A newer version of Java is already installed" and offers me the option to Close. No reinstall, nothing.¬†Apple support is at it's usual level of service on this issue, completely INVISIBLE.¬†
I was double checking software updates to see if the Java patch for the flashback virus and noticed it's not showing any Java updates. I tried several times and it just says that my software is up to date. Further, the security update history of my Mac was compared to Apple's update history and noticed that there have never been Java updates installed?
i cannot get the latest update on my macbook pro, the software update is "Java OS X 2012-003".When i attempt, it says "The update could not be expanded, and may have been corrupted during downloading.The update will be downloaded and checked again the next time that Software Update runs".I do run Java, so i would really like this update.I did recently install a parallel program and installed Windows 7 64-bit, im not really sure if this matters but since the installations it's the first time i haven't been successful updating my software.Software updates are available for your computer.Do you want to install them? You can continue to use your computer during the installation.You don't need to restart it when the installation is complete.¬†Note: Use of this software is subject to the original Software License Agreement(s) that accompanied the software being updated.A list of Apple SLAs may be found here: url....
Basically the Software Update removes the most common variants of the Flashback malware. This update also configures the Java web plug-in to disable the automatic execution of Java applets.Users may re-enable automatic execution of Java applets using the Java Preferences application. If the Java web plug-in detects that no applets have been run for an extended period of time it will again disable Java applets.This update is recommended for all Mac users with Java Installed. url...
I am trying to view a webcam to watch my dog at daycare, when i try viewing it i am told that i need to upgrade my java. did that java told me i downloaded it and ready to use.¬†
but everytime i log into the site and click on the webcam i get a blank screen. i then get a message that my security is blocking me from using java.¬†
What my security should be set at in order to use java. as far as i can see i have everything right.¬†But still cannot view it on my macbook pro. i have OS X 10.9.3.¬†I can view the webcam on my iphone and ipad but i need to refresh every couple minutes. When i sign into the daycare it ask me if i want to use JPEG, GIF or 3G. which is the correct one.¬†
I am trying to use Business Objects through the web and unfortunately Java 7 is not compatible. I was able to downgrade to Java 6u65 (Java 1.6.0_65)¬† but I really need update 45 to get Business Objects to work. Terminal code and/or a download that will allow me to pull out Java version 6u45? (Java 1.6.0_45)?¬†
I've been on here trying several other's codes and it says permission denied or "unable to find any JVM versions matching 1.6.0_45"¬†
Could that mean I don't have version 6u45 available to me period?
Info: MacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2012), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.5)
When Flash Trojan was announced Apple sent 2 software updates.¬† iMac downloaded and installed them via software update. (see attached graphic) Mac Mini did not and only advised that "that there is no new software and that software is up to date".
Info: iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I made a Java applet with Xcode 3.2¬†and i load it to firefox or Safari(Yeah i've updated my java)and for example¬†
i made a HELLO WORLD simple applet to be in black color letters, then compiled and yeah it worked but then i redid it for the letters to be red.. and they kept being black..no matter how many times i recompiled the applet.¬†
And yeah the HTML is pointing to the correct class file.¬†Also, If if i add a Thread and implement runnable.. then nothing shows up in the canvas.¬†
And also, what ever happened with the appletviewer application? We don't have that anymore.
now the only way to run applets is through a web browser. ¬†Is java applet developement in 10.6 really over?