Re-enable Java 6

Command Line System ConfigIf you are running Mac OS X 10.8 and have installed Java 7, as well as the latest Java Update from Apple (Java 2013-002) and have found that some things don’t work with Java 7, and you wish to change back to having version 6 as your default Java installation, then you can download the script – from the link below

Extract the file, copy it to the desktop

Open Terminal & type the following

cd ~/Desktop
sudo ./

this script only takes a second to run, once its complete, go to this website to check the version of Java that you have enabled

for information on what the lines in this script do, check out the Apple support page below

If you wish to undo this and switch back to Java 7 then you can enter the following into Terminal

sudo ln -sf /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/Current/Commands/javaws /usr/bin/javaws

Then you can download and install the latest Java Runtime from the following link