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17-Oct-2019 03:58

Many applications require Java installed on your computer for them to run smoothly.This tutorial will guide you through a complete process of installing latest java on Kali Linux 2.0, Debian Jessie 8 and any Ubuntu derivative.

If you’re going to be developing any kind of Java applications on Ubuntu, you’re definitely going to need Java JDK / JRE installed…The PPA (personal package archive) repository to which they refer contains a package that automatically downloads and installs the current version of the Oracle Java 7 JDK.(Note that there is no comparable package to install just the JRE; you have to install the full JDK, which contains the JRE as a subset.There’s also an alternative open source version of JAVA JDK, however, many applications already developed still rely on the Oracle version of the software…

After running the commands above, you should see a prompt to accept the PPA key onto Ubuntu…

Following a suggestion in a recent email from the folks at Mozilla, I checked my Firefox plugins and discovered a security warning for the Java 6 plugin.