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On 17/11/2011 01:55, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:

I do not remember seeing a separate 32-bit and 64-bit version of Java's JRE on their site.
At least for Windows there was no different versions.

Windows version is listed as "i586" as in "jre-6u22-windows-i586.exe"

For Linux version, all you have to do is go to your Package Manager and install the "default JRE" listed.

It is sort of weird that even the latest Ubuntu installs [11.04 and 11.10] that automatically installs LO does not install the JRE as well. Last week, I did a test install of Ubuntu 11.10, Kubuntu 11.10, and Mint 11 [Debian based now], and all three install LO without installing the "default JRE" package.

On 11/16/2011 07:21 PM, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi Antanas, *,

2011/11/16 Antanas Budriūnas<>:
I got a proposal from one of FLOSS actyvists in Lithuania about
including JRE download link into download
Putting a download link is not a problem.
Just make sure that the users get the stable/release version and
understand that they need a 32bit version when using 32bit version of
LibreOffice, and 64bit when using 64bit version of LibreOffice.


Not trying to hijack this thread but i installed a windows bootcamp partition on my imac and i went to which redirects to the oracle java page, and if you hit get java now it takes you to the java 7 versions but you can find older. then once you choose if you want just the jre or both jdk and jre it takes you too the download page where you will see both a 32bit version and 64bit versions. I have asked in the past and its ok to have both 32bit and 64bit versions installed sideby side.

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