B4J Question Raspberry and JDK11 64bit

micro

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Hello everyone
of course with the 64bit version of B4j the output produced doesn't start on raspberry, so in addition to having to load a 64bit image of debian or other you need also the JDK11(with javafx) at 64bit
Until now I was using the JDK11 that is available here on the site on the raspberry and with the 32bit version everything worked fine.
So where can I find the 64bit JDK11(with javafx) for the raspberry?
Thanks for the information you will give
 

aeric

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You should download Linux ARM version
 
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micro

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Why do you think that? the output of the 64bit IDE is the same as that for the 32bit IDE.
Also I knew that the output was the same, but when I put the jar in the raspebbry it didn't start, compiled with the previous version of B4J at 32bit it worked
 
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teddybear

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Also I knew that the output was the same, but when I put the jar in the raspebbry it didn't start, compiled with the previous version of B4J at 32bit it worked
Jar bytecode is the same, but if the jar includes a calling native shared library (.so) at runtime, they are the different between on 32 and 64.
 
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