Please understand that this is not a duplicate of the other questions that I have seen so far.
So basically, I installed Java on my system, and when I go to the Java website to let it detect the version, Chrome tells me that the Java plugin is required, and I have to install it. The problem is, I already have Java!
I was writing a program on my laptop to run on my server in Java. However, my laptop has java 7 running, my server java 6. This messed up. I tried to upgrade my server by installing openjdk-7-jre and openjdk-7-jdk packages. This didn't work. So I followed a guide helping me removing all java assosiated files and than re-install the needed packages. Something went wrong here..
I was able to invoke Java from within Java on Windows from (java.home)/bin/java. But I tried the same code on a Mac, and it didn't work. I presume it wouldn't work on Linux either. What file within java.home do I need to invoke to launch java on Mac and Linux?
I have a problem with my app that uses the android api v2 in that it won't start it only keeps saying that "Unfortunately, app_name has stopped working.", I have followed every step in the guide released by google and I have also looked up similar problems here in StackOverflow and tried there solution but none seems to work unfortunately.