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Introduction Java is a technology originally developed by Sun Microsystems, and acquired by Oracle. The following are the prevalent implementations: OpenJDK: The OpenJDK project is an open-source implementation of the Java SE Platform. OpenJDK Installation of Java Runtime Environment Install the openjdk-6-jre package using any installation method. Browser plugin Install the icedtea6-plugin package using any installation method. This plugin works with the browsers: Epiphany, Firefox and Opera. On Konqueror, go to Settings → Configure Konqueror... and from menu select Java & JavaScript, then tick Enable Java globally option. OpenJDK v6 & v7 SDK (Software Development Kit) In Java parlance the Java Development Kit (JDK) is sometimes used for SDK. Install the openjdk-6-jdk package using any installation method. Alternative Virtual Machines Most users won't need to worry about these, but if you use an architecture (e.g. JamVM: This is the default VM for ARM in 11.10. Oracle Java 7 Script (JRE only) Related:  Install Java about GNU/Linux (ubuntu 12+) & browser (FF/Chrome)

Install Oracle Java 7 in Ubuntu via PPA Repository We've previously written about installing Oracle JDK 7 in Ubuntu using a script with a GUI provided by Zenity. Some may find this method hard to use and also, it comes with GTK dependencies. So as an alternative that doesn't have any GTK dependencies and comes with automatic updates too, I've set up an Ubuntu PPA for the latest Oracle Java 7 (JDK). The PPA should work not only with Ubuntu but also Linux Mint and other Ubuntu-based Linux distributions. If you really need to use Oracle (ex Sun) Java instead of OpenJDK in Ubuntu, here's an easy way to do it: a PPA repository to install and keep your computer up to date with the latest Oracle Java 7 (Java JDK which includes JRE). Please note that this package is currently in alpha and is offered without any guarantees, so it may or may not work! Update: our Oracle Java 7 installer now supports ARM. Update 2: Oracle Java 8 (stable) was released. Install Oracle Java 7 in Ubuntu or Linux Mint via PPA java -version Removing Oracle Java 7

Connexion à un réseau WiFi sécurisé par WPA sous Debian Le succès du Wi-Fi est indéniable. Que ce soit au travail ou à la maison, la possibilité de pouvoir se connecter au réseau sans fil apporte un grand confort d'utilisation. Mais, du point de vue de la sécurité, c'est un cauchemar: En effet, contrairement à un bête câble qui est essentiellement une liaison entre deux points, une connexion Wi-Fi arrose tout se qui se trouve dans sa zone. Autrement dit, n'importe qui à portée de réception peut intercepter le trafic entre un périphérique et son point d'accès. Comparaison Wi-Fi - Fialire — Avec un réseau filaire, un simple contrôle physique permet de limiter les connexions au réseau. Conscient de cela, la Wi-Fi alliance proposait dès 1999 le chiffrement WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) ... qui s'est rapidement révélé comporter de sérieuses faiblesses. Aujourd'hui WEP est déprécié au profit de son successeur Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA ou mieux WPA2). Configuration initiale Remarque: iface eth2 inet dhcp Supplicant Installation wpa-ssid wpa-psk Oups

ubuntu java installer Java Plugin on Linux See JDK 7 and JRE 7 Installation Guide for general information about installing JDK 7 and JRE 7. When you install the Java platform, the Java plugin file is included as part of that install. If you want to use Java within Firefox, you need to manually create a symbolic link from the plugin file in the release to one of the locations that Firefox expects. To make the plugin available to all users, create the link inside of the Firefox application's directory, in the plugins subdirectory. Note: For Firefox version 21 and higher, you must create the symbolic link in your home directory, ~/.mozilla/plugins. This release provides the Next-Generation Java plugin. The locaton of the plugin file for Linux varies according to the chip architecture of the underlying platform. If you are using a 32-bit Firefox, you should use the 32-bit Java Plugin (from the lib/i386 directory). To install the Java Plugin follow these steps: 1. 2. Only one Java Plugin can be used at a time. 3. For a 64-bit Plugin:

Why java has "String" type and not "string" Determining plugin directory on Linux From MozillaZine Knowledge Base Plugin path Mozilla applications on Linux consult several directories looking for plugins. The exact list depends on how the application binary was compiled and packages, but can include directories such as $HOME/.mozilla/pluginsprogram_directory/plugins/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/usr/lib/xulrunner/plugins where $HOME is the user's home directory and program_directory is where the Mozilla application binary resides. Some Linux distributions search additional directories to handle the Adobe Flash player plugin or to support 32-bit plugins in a 64-bit environment. null plugin location Firefox installs a default plugin named "libnullplugin.so". find / -name libnullplugin.so -print Fedora Core 3/4 Where Firefox has been installed with the FC3/FC4 distribution, /usr/lib/firefox-<version>/plugins where <version> is a numeric reference to the version e.g.

Setting up Java with Windows CMD This page is obsolete. This document instructs you on how to use the Windows Command Prompt with Java. These instructions are specialized to Windows 7, but are similar for Windows XP and Windows Vista. You will use the Java compiler javac to compile your Java programs and the Java interpreter java to run them. You should skip the first step if Java is already installed on your machine. Download and install the latest version of the Java Platform, Standard Edition Development Kit (Java SE 6 Update 27). You will type commands in an application called the Command Prompt. Launch the command prompt via All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt. You will use the javac command to convert your Java program into a form more amenable for execution on a computer. From the Command Prompt, navigate to the directory containing your .java files, say C:\introcs\hello, by typing the cd command below. You will use the java command to execute your program. When I type, "java -version" I get an error.

How to Enable Oracle Java in Your Web Browsers on Ubuntu Linux: Step-by-Step Instructions Edit Article Six Methods:32-bit Oracle Java instructions:64-bit Oracle Java instructions:Reminders:32-bit Oracle Java instructions:64-bit Oracle Java instructions:Reminders: This document covers enabling 32-bit and 64-bit Oracle Java browser plugin in 32-bit Ubuntu Linux and 64-bit Ubuntu Linux. For the two most popular web browsers for Ubuntu Linux at this time, which are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Included with the distribution of Oracle Java there is a plug-in to enable Java applets to run in your web browser known as libnpjp2.so. Also, this article assumes you have Oracle Java already installed on your Ubuntu Linux system in the /usr/local/java directory. How to Install Oracle Java on Ubuntu Linux. If you have Oracle Java already installed on your system please see the following article for Oracle Java upgrade information: How to Upgrade Oracle Java on Ubuntu Linux Ad Steps === Google Chrome === Method 1 of 6: 32-bit Oracle Java instructions: Method 3 of 6: Reminders:

How to Write Doc Comments for the Javadoc Tool Javadoc Home Page This document describes the style guide, tag and image conventions we use in documentation comments for Java programs written at Java Software, Oracle. It does not rehash related material covered elsewhere: For reference material on Javadoc tags, see the Javadoc reference pages. For the required semantic content of documentation comments, see Requirements for Writing Java API Specifications. Contents Introduction Principles At Java Software, we have several guidelines that might make our documentation comments different than those of third party developers. Thus, there are commonly two different ways to write doc comments -- as API specifications, or as programming guide documentation. Writing API Specifications Ideally, the Java API Specification comprises all assertions required to do a clean-room implementation of the Java Platform for "write once, run anywhere" -- such that any Java applet or application will run the same on any implementation. Terminology javadoc getImage

installation - How do I install Oracle Java JDK 7 jcontrol (about oracle) Install Oracle Java 8 In Ubuntu Via PPA Repository [JDK8] The Oracle JDK License has changed for releases starting April 16, 2019.The new Oracle Technology Network License Agreement for Oracle Java SE is substantially different from prior Oracle JDK licenses. The new license permits certain uses, such as personal use and development use, at no cost -- but other uses authorized under prior Oracle JDK licenses may no longer be available. Please review the terms carefully before downloading and using this product. An FAQ is available here.Oracle Java downloads now require logging in to an Oracle account to download Java updates, like the latest Oracle Java 8u211 / Java SE 8u212. Because of this I cannot update the PPA with the latest Java (and the old links were broken by Oracle).For this reason, THIS PPA IS DISCONTINUED (unless I find some way around this limitation). Oracle Java 8 is now stable. As a reminder, the WebUpd8 Oracle Java PPA doesn't include any Java binaries, just a script that automatically downloads and install Oracle Java 8.

How to install the Oracle JDK on Debian 8 First, a little background Several years ago Debian and its downstream derivatives (like Ubuntu) stopped providing packages for Oracle's JDK in their respective repositories. While OpenJDK is typically available and works well, it is sometimes desirable to use the official Oracle JRE/JDK (especially if a support contract dictates its usage). So if Oracle's JDK isn't available in the standard repositories how does one go about installing it? One option is to use an unofficial third-party repository which provides the JDK in a compatible package. Installing the java-package package Installing the java-package package, along with several required dependencies, can be done using either apt-get or aptitude, depending on preference. Please ensure that you have the contrib repository enabled before proceeding! Install using apt-get user@host:~$ apt-get install -y java-package libxslt1.1 libgl1-mesa-glx libxtst6 libxxf86vm1 Or install using aptitude Building the custom JDK package That's it!

Résultats de la recherche de paquets -- java-package You have searched for packages that names contain java-package in all suites, all sections, and all architectures. Found 1 matching packages. Package java-package wheezy (oldstable) (misc): Utility for creating Java Debian packages [contrib] 0.50+nmu2: all wheezy-backports (misc): Utility for creating Java Debian packages [contrib] 0.53~bpo70+1: all jessie (stable) (misc): Utility for creating Java Debian packages [contrib] 0.56: all stretch (testing) (misc): Utility for creating Java Debian packages [contrib] 0.62: all sid (unstable) (misc): Utility for creating Java Debian packages [contrib] 0.62: all

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