I’m trying to install a program.
It should be downloaded and installed with java.
I am using a proper Java version, there is no problem of old Java versions.
After the download of the program the java refuses to install, showing a message saying that there is no security.
When this happens on Windows machines, just open the Java configuration console and register the site from where the file is being downloaded.
I was informed that the solution for Linux is to do the same thing, and to open such a configuration console should open a terminal, access the folder with the Java installation and type
But nothing happens.
Maybe I have not found the correct Java directory … I found the directory below …
Please tell me if this is the right directory.
How do I solve the problem?
When running the Java application, I used the “-nocurity” option but it also did not work.
This application downloads and installs a Brazilian government program to issue invoices for commercial use.
Apparently the program works well until the moment it tries to install the Government program … and then the error occurs … and the window below appears …http://eusoft.com.br/javaError.png
And this is what is returned after the error:
positivo:/home/sergio/Downloads/emissoNfe/sebrae # javaws emissorNFehomologacao.jnlp
Unable to use Firefox's proxy settings. Using "DIRECT" as proxy type.
netx: Initialization Error: Could not initialize application. (Fatal: Application Error: Cannot grant permissions to unsigned jars. Application requested security permissions, but jars are not signed.)
net.sourceforge.jnlp.LaunchException: Fatal: Initialization Error: Could not initialize application. The application has not been initialized, for more information execute javaws from the command line.
Caused by: net.sourceforge.jnlp.LaunchException: Fatal: Application Error: Cannot grant permissions to unsigned jars. Application requested security permissions, but jars are not signed.
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