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Hey guys, 

So fresh install so I go ahead and download the normal java and then the jdk.. 

I keep getting some popup,

Java Virtual Machine Launcher  

Error: a jni error has occurred, please check install and try again. 

I get that when I try and run any normal .jar client like runelite or openosrs. 

 

Anyone know whats going on here?

Thanks guys

Edit: Running win 10 

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yeah I had the normal java 8 update 241 from java.com or whatever then downloaded the jdk and still had the problem.

I'm just uninstalling both and trying to just install the jdk, maybe that will help? 

Same jni error with just jdk but after that popup comes one that says A JAVA EXCEPTION HAS OCCURED

I don't get it lol I already paid for vip for Lookingglass to so this is all just straight down time. 

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I got openosrs and runelite to work with jdk 11 but when I have jdk 11 installed tribot wont work.. then when I have jdk 8 installed openosrs and runelite wont work. is there a way to specify what java to use with each program ? 

This java stuff could drive someone mad I swear lol mad respect for all scripters

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I'm having this issue as well, I CANNOT use looking glass.


Steps to reproduce:
Install JDK8u251
At this point you can open Tribot successfully.

Then install JDK11.0.7
You will be unable to open Tribot any longer, but you will now be able to open the openOSRS.jar


This is a problem because Tribot uses JDK8, while openOSRS uses JDK11, but both cannot be installed if you want any chance of starting up Tribot.

If anyone has a hotfix for this I'm all ears.
I imagine it has something with directing tribot to use the JDK8 javaw.exe but I tried that and still nothing..

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11 minutes ago, ikeig said:

I'm having this issue as well, I CANNOT use looking glass.


Steps to reproduce:
Install JDK8u251
At this point you can open Tribot successfully.

Then install JDK11.0.7
You will be unable to open Tribot any longer, but you will now be able to open the openOSRS.jar


This is a problem because Tribot uses JDK8, while openOSRS uses JDK11, but both cannot be installed if you want any chance of starting up Tribot.

If anyone has a hotfix for this I'm all ears.
I imagine it has something with directing tribot to use the JDK8 javaw.exe but I tried that and still nothing..

https://bitbucket.org/openosrsjava8/launcher/downloads/

Built using Java 8 so it doesn't require 11.

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