Java 64bit
#1
This is probably obvious but I am not brilliant on linux but how do I enable the 64bit JVM for java?  I don't want to just follow some random instructions on the internet due this not been an intel device!
#2
What OS are you running? The default Debian? I'll probably want to install icedtea. I did it in Manjaro, and it installed fine.
#3
Yes I am running the default at the moment.

Does it have a package already on Debian? or am I looking at doing a source build?
#4
There should already be a package available through apt.
#5
Doh I was lucking for icedtea packages I didn't realise that it produces the open jre and yes there was a package "openjdk-8-jre"

Unfortunately after install running the command "java -d64" still gives "Error: This Java instance does not support a 64-bit JVM." Sad
#6
@Dreamwalker The default Debian is 32-bit only, (aka "armhf"). So, no 64-bit Java.

For me, I want multi-library, 32 & 64-bit userland. A great deal of pre-compiled Linux ARM software is 32-bit, but I'd want 64-bit for OpenZFS & it's kernel modules. Still looking around for my ideal Linux on ARM distro.
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#7
Stupid me it never occured to me it shipped with a 32bit os installed Big Grin

I was planning to reinstall but still waiting on my nvme adapter before I did it


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