Hello everyone, I am trying to install JDK 6 on to my flash drive
(JGRASP IDE works on my flash drive with JDK 5)
The reason I am doing this is to use the Net Beans IDE on my flash drive so I can take my work with me
I can not install JDK 6 on the flash drive (needed by Net Beans 6.5) the installer tells me that I do not have sufficient privileges even after I give the path to the flash drive
Has any one else run into this problem?
Assuming there are no write protection issues, it seems odd the installer would be whining about permissions. As a workaround, you could install the jdk on your c drive, and then copy the whole jdk directory to your flash.
Can you post the complete message here to see?
is it realy possible to install JDK in a flash drive? why not just install ur JDK in your computer at home? theres a bundle for JDK6 and netbeans right if your using windows all you have to is to double click it and set it up.... ow and you have to edit your run time environment if you what to run ung java protect via console