How do i install java on Ubuntu 12.10?
I have a 32-bit version of Ubuntu 13.04 running on my 64-bit machine.
I'm planning to install the 32-bit version of Eclipse 4.3 but I need to install Java JDK first.
I've had problems finding 32-bit version of Java JDK, Oracle only lists 64 bit versions of java for linux.
In any case, does it matter what version of Java JDK I install?
This tutorial will show how to install sun java 6 jre for those having problem installing it on Ubuntu 12.04.
OAB-Java is a project hosted on github.com that create a local ‘apt’ repository for Sun Java 6 and/or Oracle Java 7 packages.
I'm new to ubuntu. My java 3d project using netbeans is running fine in my windows environment. But when I run project in Ubuntu 12.04 it shows this exception:
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no J3D in java.library.path
This is because I don't know how to install and configure Java 3D in Ubuntu.
sudo apt-get install libjava3d-java
Please help. Thanks in advance.
I'd like to install Eclipse on Ubuntu for Java development.
I have installed Ubuntu 10.4 and all works perfect (for me) but.... i can't get java to work.
When i install icedtea it won't work on websites i get a gray screen. On 9.04 i had the java jre6 and did not had any problem.
Can someone tell me how to install java on ubuntu 10.4 (synaptic won't work also)
Due to the new Java license, Oracle JDK was removed from Ubuntu repository and it doesn’t be hosted in the PPA.
If you want to use Oracle Java instead of OpenJDK Java Runtime in Ubuntu.
I want to play this java simulation: http://www.compadre.org/OSP/items/detail.cfm?ID=9640 in java 3d mode on a linux (ubuntu) system. But it doesn't work.
If I switch to java 3d-mode it complains that java 3d is not installed. sudo aptitude install libjava3d-java didn't help.
Then I did a right click in this java app and selected Diagnostics-> About Java 3D.
Java packages for Ubuntu 11.04 Natty has not yet available in the official repository.
Much has been said about the security risks associated with Java. However the burp suite (pen test) depends on Java.
Is it secure to install Java? if so, how to properly do it?
My Ubuntu is a web server and I don't need Java for web services - only for burp suite.