@didier: You are right concerning the Apple maintenance of Java. Still if you want or need to use Java within Max (Mac) you will have to install that package. Oracle Java is currently not supported by Max. It's already on their todo list, i had some conversation with them about that issue.

Max, also known as Max/MSP/Jitter, is a visual programming language for music. Operating system Microsoft Windows, macOS. It used Java for its graphical interface and C for its real-time backend, and was eventually. Integration with Ableton Live sequencer software, and an extension called Gen, which can.

It will say that it's not supported, but the.inf file does include the requisite driver entries • Unzip the drivers to a temporary folder on your hard drive (preferably your Desktop so it's easy to find) • Connect the adaptor to the thunderbolt port • Reboot Windows Windows should automatically detect the adaptor now and install it. This is for Windows 7, but should work for Windows 10 A quick search on the, I was able to find instructions on downloading the correct driver. You may need to point the installer at the location where you unzipped the drivers. I have condensed them here for quick reference: •. What network adapter driver do i need for macbook pro. If that doesn't work, you will need to do this through Device Manager • Go to Start > Control Panel > Hardware & Sound and open Device Manager • Click the name of your computer at the top of the device tree • Click Action at the top of the window and choose Add Legacy Hardware • Click Next • Select 'Install hardware that I manually select.'

Oracle Java will not be recognized by Max. This wasn't obvious before Mavericks as Apple Java was per-installed.

So on older Systems you might have installed new Oracle Java JREs and still Max would have used the Apple JRE. Concerning the security issues: Media reports have been very undifferentiated about Java and securities issues. Java is quite a universe of it's own containing numerous editions of the JDK (Java Development Kits, JRE Java Runtime Environments, GUI-frameworks and so on) and the issues do not concern all parts of the Java world. They were all related to the Java-browser plugin and they only take effect on websites that use Java inside the browser. Java used for a standalone application on a computer isn't under a special threat. So you can install the the Java 6 (1.6) package from Apple, disable the browser-plugin and you are safe:).