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Bottom One Edit To Directory to Wherever Your Java Is Installed.Please read the sticky post at the top of this forum.Second, the -vm argument in i must point to the java executable, not just the directory.XXMaxPermSize 256m faultAction openFile -vmargs quiredJavaVersion1.5 -Xms40m -Xmx384m My computer return the following from "java -version" java version "1.6.0_20" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build.6.0_20-b02) Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build.3-b01, mixed mode, sharing) Please let me know if you have any thoughts about how.So thanks for all your help!XXMaxPermSize 256M -showsplash atform -vm C:Program Files (x86)Javajdk1.6.0_20jrebin -launcher.I hope this helps.En Download 32Bit Or 64Bit JDK.Either change the version of Eclipse or the version of Java to be compatible.Hope this helps, Eric My ini is as follow -startup brary.v20100503 -product oduct faultAction openFile -launcher.
Report message to a moderator Re: Failed to load JNI shared library message #1097586 is a reply to message #544613 Thu, 23:20 ryk rod Messages: 1 Registered: August 2013 Junior Member All I Know Is Through All The Struggle Tryna Get Eclipse To Work, First.
Java software for your computer, or the Java Runtime Environment, is also referred to as the Java Runtime, Runtime Environment, Runtime, JRE, Java Virtual Machine, Virtual Machine, Java VM, JVM, VM, Java plug-in, Java plugin, Java add-on or Java download.P/t/225513/ Cheers Report message to a moderator Report message to a moderator Re: Failed to load JNI shared library message #1396297 is a reply to message #1396126 Tue, 05:27 Nitin Dahyabhai Messages: 2923 Registered: July 2009 Senior Member Olatomiwa ajayi wrote on Mon, 18:42 Ive.If it's 64 bit Eclipse you've installed, you need the 64 bit JRE (JRE 6u45 is what I have).This is an indication that you installed the 32 bit JDK.Report message to a moderator Re: Failed to load JNI shared library message #778260 is a reply to message #544613 Thu, 02:28 Xiao Ying Li Messages: 1 Registered: January 2012 Junior Member I have both eclipse 32 bit and eclipse 64 bit in my computer.Report message to a moderator Re: Failed to load JNI shared library message #544618 is a reply to message #544613 Mon, 01:57 Gomathi Messages: 1 Registered: July 2010 Junior Member Hi, I had encountered the same error in my Windows 7 64-bit.If None Runs Try Going To Control Panel / System / Remote Settings / Advance Tab / Enviroment Variables / If You Dont Have A path On Top, Click New And Make path With minecraft five nights at freddy's game Directory to Wherever Your Java Is Installed.Still, not knowing any better I downloaded and installed the latest version of Java.
However, on W7x64, even though I correctly find the path to the jvm, LoadLibrary fails with err126, cannot find component.
I'm using the default i, i have 64 bit java jdk, my path is set to C:Program FilesJavajdk1.7.0_25bin (so is my classpath and I have 64 bit eclipse (standard.3).