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Support - Discussions - iCal Events Created on iPhone Disappears. I have tried a restore but it didn't work.

Support - Discussions - iCal Events Created on iPhone Disappears

So tried to solve this problem with the help from apple support. I have solved this problem with adding events to iCal on my iPhone. First I talked to mobileme chat support, and he ruled out mobileme as source of the problem. He said to me it is propably a problem within the iPhone software. So I called the iPhone support and told him everything I was told by mobileme support. Now everything works fine again for me. Run Java 6 on mac [Archive] - Mac Forums. Mac OS X, Hadoop 0.19.1, and Java 1.6 « Semergence. *Not applicable to ICANN fees, taxes, shipping and handling, sale priced domains and transfers, bulk domains and transfers, premium domains, Sunrise/Landrush domain registrations and pre-registrations, memberships or maintenance plans, additional disk space and bandwidth renewals, additional email addresses, additional AdSpace advertising funds, Managed Hosting, custom page layouts, brand identity services, Go Daddy branded merchandise or gift cards.

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With Java 5 fast approaching its end of service life, many Mac developers, including the couple of us who use OS X in production at my office, were eagerly awaiting the release of a production-quality Java 6. There is one issue, however, with the implementation of Java 6 for the Mac: it only supports 64-bit processors. This isn’t huge for any of us, but it makes Java selection a bit confusing.

At first, I tried to use the OS X Java Preferences to change the default to Java 6. That didn’t work across the board, and I discovered that the link to Java in /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Vresions/Current didn’t seem to be pointed at Java 6 like I believed it should. It was then that I discovered something pretty interesting. UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version number in .class file Like this: Like Loading...

Welcome to A Regular Expression. Java 1.6 Finally Available for Mac OS X : Blog Different. Welcome to last year Apple.

Java 1.6 Finally Available for Mac OS X : Blog Different

I've never seen a good explanation of why Apple has taken so long to release Java 1.6 for Mac OS X. I remember attending WWDC in 2000 when Steve Jobs announced that Java would be a first class citizen on Mac OS X. Things looked promising, but times have changed. I could understand waiting for the first patch, but this is the 5th patch for Java 1.6. We have been using Java 1.6 on hundreds of production systems in my group for over a year. Java 1.6 is not installed as the default, its just available: After doing Software Update: cmar$ java -version java version "1.5.0_13" Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_13-b05-237) Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.5.0_13-119, mixed mode, sharing) when you type java at the command line, it invokes /usr/bin/java which is really a link to the Java Framework Java Link Switching you default.

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