SELinux 7 64bit Install Problems

I am using Centos 7 and am running into an issue with the 64bit installer.

[root@dev Downloads]# ./ Configuring the installer... Searching for JVM on the system... Preparing bundled JVM ... Extracting installation data...

Installer file /root/Downloads/ seems to be corrupted
[root@dev Downloads]#

Any help would be great,

Running with verbose give no extra information.

For verbose output:

@tlf30 said: For verbose output:

The end states there’s a hash mismatch. Have you tried redownloading it?

maybe related:

Also related:

To summarize it, it did the following steps:

  1. I changed the default java from 1.8 to 1.7 (I have both installed) with “sudo update-alternatives --config java” (ubuntu)
  2. download distribution “wget
  3. extract package contents “chmod +x” and “./ –extract” and don’t mind the errors
  4. run installer “java -jar bundle.jar”
  5. chmod +x in ~/jmonkeyplatform/jdk/jre/bin to get updates working

…meaning my installation is using the latest 1.7 instead of the bundled java version.

  1. chmod +x jmonkeyplatform/blender/blender #to be able to launch the provided blender from SDK

I have redownloaded it many times, I cannot extract as it says it is corrupt when I try. As for using wget on the direct download, it still says corrupt and will not extract.
The funny part is I just had this working on CentOS 6.4

OK, I extracted from my CentOS 6 machine. I took the bundle.jar and ran it on my CentOS 7 machine and the install failed. But! It did give a log file: