Diglloyd Tools IntegrityChecker Java 2.0.0
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diglloydTools IntegrityChecker Java version 2.0 runs on any computer with Java—Mac, Windows, Linux, etc.
IntegrityChecker Java (icj) version 2.0.0
This release formalizes version 2.0 from the prior 2.0 fc4 release. A few bug fixes and improvements:
- 2021-03-06 fixed bug whereby a change in case for a folder name on a case-insensitive file system would add a duplicate entry and see the folder as missing
- 2021-03-06 improved help to show available options, added white space.
- 2020-10-01 minor changes to installer to work on Linux
- 2020-10-01 minor changes in detecting operating system specific behavior for Linux ("id -urgg")
- 2020-10-01 minor change to address internal redundant folder scanning warning
See the online help for IntegrityChecker java.
If you need support, please copy/paste the text from the Terminal window—don’t send screen shots as they are very large and frequently contain too little information.
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Installing on macOS — security permissions
For macOS Catalina, macOS Big Sur, macOS Monterey, the icj installer will fail unless Terminal has full disk access. So first give Terminal full disk access, as shown here:
How to give Terminal full disk access
After Java is installed, Java must ALSO be given full disk access. The 'java' binary application will be found here after installation: