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sabriicone

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    RE: Why can't I set Java as default to run JARs?
    Hello , If you are using UBUNTU: Then to use it to open .jar files try the following. Right click the .jar file > Properties. Click on the “Open With” tab along the top. Change the default choice to be Sun Java 6 Runtime. Click Close and you should be ready to double click If you are using another DISTRO tell us, we will try to give a solution. Regards,
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    Hello ,
    If you are using UBUNTU:
    Then to use it to open .jar files try the following.

    Right click the .jar file > Properties.
    Click on the “Open With” tab along the top.
    Change the default choice to be Sun Java 6 Runtime.
    Click Close and you should be ready to double click
    If you are using another DISTRO tell us, we will try to give a solution.
    Regards,

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