- Hardware :
- Intel x64 (Dual-core i5 minimum) or macOS AArch64 (M1) processor
- 4GB RAM (minimum)
- 2GB Disk (minimum)
- Operating Systems :
- Windows 10, Windows 8.1 or Windows 8
- Linux distributions (tested on Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04 and 22.04) - As of SDK Distribution
20.10(based on Eclipse 2020-06), Ubuntu 16.04 is not supported.
- macOS x86_64 with Intel chip (tested on version 10.13 High Sierra, 10.14 Mojave)
- macOS aarch64 with M1 chip (tested on version 12.0.1 Monterey), from SDK Distribution
22.06(requires Architecture 7.18.0 or higher)
- Java Runtime Environment :
The compatible JRE/JDK version depends on the Distribution, the SDK and the Architecture version. This table lists the supported combinations:
|>= 22.06||>= 5.6.0||>= 7.17.0||JDK 11|
|<= 21.11||>= 5.6.0||>= 7.17.0||JRE or JDK 8 or 11|
|<= 21.11||< 5.6.0||*||JRE or JDK 8|
|<= 21.11||*||< 7.17.0||JRE or JDK 8|
The combinations not listed here are not supported. For the supported combinations, tests have been done with both the Oracle and the Eclipse Adoptium JDK builds.
It is important to note that the SDK Distributions
22.06 and higher require a JDK
11 (not a JRE)
and can be used only with an Architecture
7.17.0 or more.
You can download and install a JDK from Adoptium or Oracle.
When installing the Eclipse Temurin/AdoptOpenJDK build on Windows, the option
JavaSoft (Oracle) registry keys must be enabled:
Without this option, the SDK installer cannot find the JDK and the message
The application requires a Java Runtime Environment 8 is displayed.