Install Oracle Java 7u79/80 on Fedora 24/23, CentOS/RHEL 7.2/6.8/5.11 - Comment Page: 1

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    1. […] wiÄ™cej: Install Sun/Oracle Java JDK/JRE 7 (b108) on Fedora 13/CentOS 5.5 … fedora, jre, main, main-guide, rhel, still-the, still-the-main, written-guide This entry was […]

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    2. Thanks for publishing this java installation guide.

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    3. Hey good guide. just one suggestion. Oracle puts out an rpm.bin file. if you install that then it will make a folder in /usr/java called jdk-something and another called latest which will point at that one. you should use the rpm and then always upgrade that way. have alternatives point to /usr/bin/latest and youll never have to change it again if you want to use Oracles Java

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    4. Err. edit from previous post it should be /usr/java/latest *

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    5. Hi Joshua,

      I still use just .bin file on this guide, because I can’t get Oracles rpm.bin file working. I just got following error message when trying to install rpm.bin file:

      
      Do you agree to the above license terms? [yes or no]
      yes
      Unpacking...
      Checksumming...
      Extracting...
      UnZipSFX 5.52 of 28 February 2005, by Info-ZIP (http://www.info-zip.org).
        inflating: jdk-7-ea-linux-i586.rpm  
      Failed to extract the files.  Please refer to the Troubleshooting section of
      the Installation Instructions on the download page for more information.
      

      Do you get it to work normally?

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    6. Hi JR,

      I am new to linux but I have just installed jdk7 using rpm.(I think).

      Just like you described I also got the “Failed to extract the files” message, but a jdk-7-ea-linux-i586.rpm was left in my dowload directory.
      I used this with rpm and it ran to conclusion.

      When I enter ‘java -version’ it responds with ‘1.7.0-ea’. same for javac.

      When I enter “alternatives –config javac” nothing happens.

      Is there any other way I can check if all is installed correctly?

      Thanks
      Roy

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      • Hi roy,

        Sounds, it appears that your java and javac is the correct version.

        Did you completed alternatives commands?

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    7. good tutorial man thx

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    8. Guia super chingona !!

      Thanks !! This Java Guide is great

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    9. […] Install Sun/Oracle Java JDK/JRE 6u26 on Fedora 15, CentOS/RHEL 5.6/6By JR – Published: July 29, 2010 – Last Updated: July 29, 2011Posted in: CentOS, Desktop Guides/Howtos, Featured, Fedora, Linux, Most Popular, Programming, Red Hat (RHEL) Please note: This guide still working normally if you want install Sun/Oracle Java 6, but if you want latest Java version, then check Howto Install Sun/Oracle Java JDK/JRE on Fedora 15/14, CentOS 5.6/6 and Red Hat (RHEL) 5.6/6. […]

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    11. Would this break the existing alternatives “slave” system? Normally when you switch the link to java, it also switches the link to a number of other utilities as well as making sure the correct man pages are used. I’m too lazy to type out a version with all of the man pages and so forth, but wouldn’t something like this be more in line with the usual alternatives flow?

      alternatives \
      –install /usr/bin/java java /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/java 17000 \
      –slave /usr/lib/jvm/jre jre /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre \
      –slave /usr/lib/jvm-exports/jre jre_exports /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/lib \
      –slave /usr/bin/keytool keytool /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/keytool \
      –slave /usr/bin/orbd orbd /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/orbd \
      –slave /usr/bin/pack200 pack200 /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/pack200 \
      –slave /usr/bin/rmid rmid /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/rmid \
      –slave /usr/bin/rmiregistry rmiregistry /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/rmiregistry \
      –slave /usr/bin/servertool servertool /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/servertool \
      –slave /usr/bin/tnameserv tnameserv /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/tnameserv \
      –slave /usr/bin/unpack200 unpack200 /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/bin/unpack200

      It makes me wonder why the oracle jdk 1.7 RPM doesn’t do this for you during post-install…

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    12. One thing that can be done if you don’t want to install both the jdk and jre is to change the mozilla plugin line for the alternatives –install to

      ## Java Browser (Mozilla) Plugin 32-bit ##
      alternatives --install /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libjavaplugin.so libjavaplugin.so /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/lib/i386/libnpjp2.so 20000

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      • Hi Joe,

        I use normally /usr/java/jdk1.7.0/jre/lib/i386/libnpjp2.so and it’s also on this guide. It works nice for me… :)

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    13. Hi All,

      In the JRE 6 release you had the possibility to download a rpm.bin (for example jre-6u27-linux-i586-rpm.bin) package. This Package seems to have been removed from JRE 7. Anyone any idea?

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      • Hi Bart,

        I don’t know reason why rpm.bin packages are removed but plain RPM packages also works nicely… :)

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    14. An excellent post…!

      I was afraid that I may waste time in setting up JDK on my newly installed Fedora 15.

      Through this post, I installed it successfully within 15 minutes.

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