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Another way (much more easier than the one I previously posted on May ’13) to install Java 7 under Ubuntu is presented below. You don’t have to edit any files manually. Just type these commands in terminal with sudo: While upgrading your repositories, your Java will be up to date.
There are many ways to install Java support in Linux systems. One of the easiest is to do it by adding specific entries to our sources.list file and install Java from repository. Open terminal and edit sources.list:
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Due to the Ubuntu’s policy about non free formats on default, this operating system comes with no support to media like MP3 (which can be required to deal with FFmpeg) and DVD, Flash Player or Java. Despite of that, You can still get support of this features by installing third party package. Installation Open terminal… read more
Imagine that you have to check status of your server due to some unexpected behaviour – attack, slowdown or just a diagnosis. One of the basic thing is to check the processes that run on a server. Open terminal and type: You should see a huge list: To get more precisely results we could look… read more
Sometimes (especially when you are an administrator) there may be a need, to see the content of a specific file in a real time – for example log file. You could open file, go down to see last entries, close file and then repeat the whole process to see if there have been done some… read more
Installation of NetBeans in Ubuntu or Debian is very easy but before you do so, you have to install Java JDK which is required by NetBeans to work. 1. Installation of Java Development Kit Go to Oracle’s Java SE Development Kit 7 Downloads, accept License Agreement and download proper version of JDK in tar.gz file.… read more