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Unity hub can't install OpenJDK package

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by Vaspix, May 6, 2020.

  1. Vaspix

    Vaspix

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    I tried to install OpenJDK package, I'm going to this window and clicking "done" to unstall OpenJDK for my Unity 2019, then it downloads and after loading is finished, I go to this window again to check if it has installed OpenJDK, and it seems it didn't, I have the same window as before. Tried to close and open Unity hub, and installing multiple times on different versions (2019 and 2020 beta). I also turned off my firewall and all antiviruses and it didn't help. I have the latest version of Unity hub. I tried to install other packages the same time, and it works well. The only thing that won't install is OpenJDK particularly.
    How do I install OpenJDK package?
     

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  2. safaGH

    safaGH

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    Hello ! Sorry for the inconvenience that you are experiencing. I am doubting that the install is failing silently and to check that I will need your hub logs please. Thank you !
     
  3. Hiddenworlds225

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  4. Vaspix

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    Is this the correct file? Ask me if anything else is needed
     

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  5. Vaspix

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    I installed JDK from the first link, I also tried to do that before, and I think I installed the same version. I think it is a 1.8.0 version, but Unity can't recognize it. "Versions other than 1.8.0 are not supported", but it is a 1.8.0 version Снимок экрана (31).png Снимок экрана (30).png Снимок экрана (31).png Снимок экрана (30).png
     
  6. Vaspix

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    Okay I managed to solve the problem :) all I did was just uninstalling my antivirus and rebooted system (also added port 80 and 443 to my firewall before but idk if that's the case)
     
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  7. fritty

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    Just had the same issue. Simply turning off my antivirus helped. I use Avast
     
  8. Hiddenworlds225

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    Never had that problem with avast. But like I said a couple of months ago, there are others ways of doing it.
     
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