- Oct 11, 2018
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You can do that as well, but many folks have Java compatibility problems, and the packaged installer Craig linked above solves many (most?) of them.oh. was I wrong? I thought mine was just an "unzip and drop it where you want it" thing
You need the correct JRE installation. IIRC it only works with JRE 8, and if you have any other versions of JRE it becomes a headache to get openrocket properly associated with only that one. I have an ancient Lenovo X61 that I keep around because it's a wacom tablet, and in order to get Openrocket installed on it with Lubuntu I ended up uninstalling everything java related but OpenJDK Java 8.It doesn't work for me (running linux), I get many pages of javax/script/ScriptEngineFactory errors and "Illegal reflective access operations".