Hi guys, I hope all goes well.
I had some issues on one machine recently regarding Java versions. I had a little trouble setting up my installs of the latest versions of Java to play nice with Fiji. Installing 32bit and then 64bit (only to have 64bit give me an error that it already exists, even though it was installing in the 64bit program files folder…), I got to where Fiji was working fine but only for the 32 bit version. Fine, I’ll take it for now. This was of course done under administrator login.
Ok, so where does CP come into things. I then went in on a User login and CP would step through, but give me an error regarding permissions when I tried to analyze the images… I went back to an Administrator login and it worked fine.
Later, determined to get the 64bit version of Fiji working, I uninstalled and deleted the folders for both versions of Java. I restarted, ran CCleaner to clean up, and reinstalled both versions, which went well. Now Fiji works for both 32bit and 64bit versions (forgot to mention I had downloaded the no JREs version). I went to run CP (in an Administrator login) and on analyzing the images it crashed outright.
I was wondering what the Java requirements are? Whether or not Java 8 will work? If there are environmental variables that need to be set that got missed in my reinstalls? Any pointers would be much appreciated. It would also be cool to know what happens in Admin vs User logins too as we mostly run it in a User login.
Thanks in advance for your time.