Tag Archives: java

Tomcat on Debian and Ubuntu Linux – Fix Broken com.mysql.jdbc.Driver Connection

Tomcat on Debian and Ubuntu Linux – Fix Broken com.mysql.jdbc.Driver Connection | Getting java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: “com.mysql.jdbc.Driver” or similar error on Debian? Debian and Ubuntu provide complete Apache Tomcat packages including the java mysql connector. However, the default Tomcat config does not find the provided mysql connector! Here is a fix.

Install Oracle (Sun) Java in Debian or LMDE

Install Oracle (Sun) Java in Debian or LMDE | The easiest way to install the latest java is with the excellent repository found on this page: http://www.duinsoft.nl/packages.php?t=en The manual installation works for a one time install, however I suggest using the repository method. This also installs the browser plugin for Firefox / Iceweasel. Here is how to use the repository! 1. Create the following

Install Sun Java in Ubuntu

Install Sun Java in Ubuntu | How do I install Sun Java in Ubuntu 10.04? While the license friendly OpenJDK should suffice, you can also opt to install Sun’s Java. Sun Java among other things have been moved out of multiverse to the partner repository. To add this repository, issue the following command: sudo add-apt-repository “deb http://archive.canonical.com/ lucid partner” Follow that

Make OpenOffice.org Load Faster

Make OpenOffice.org Load Faster | How do I make OpenOffice.org load faster? One main adjustment you can do to make OpenOffice.org start much faster is to disable Java. To do this, click on Tools > Options Then find Java along the left hand side. UN-check ‘Use a Java runtime environment’ and click OK. Restart OpenOffice.org and enjoy the speed! Why