How to Install Oracle JAVA JDK 13 on Ubuntu 18.04 | 16.04

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install and configure the latest Java JDK 13 on Ubuntu 18.04 | 16.04..

Oracle Java 13 has been released! By the time you have finished reading this post, it might since been upgraded again.. However, you can always get the latest version simply by following the steps below and replacing the version number with the latest…

Since this is a new release, most apps that depend on Java may not yet support it… But you can test it out to see if you environment will support it.

For developers who build apps based on Java, Java JDK and other tools are required during your build process…You can either use Oracle Java or OpenJDK, an open source alternative…

Oracle Java JDK is a development environment for developing applications and tools based on Java… It can also be used for testing applications and program developed using the Java programming language.

There is an open source version of Java JDK ( OpenJDK ) that can be installed easily using the apt-get command…. However, this post is going show you how to download and install Oracle Java from its original repository instead of the open source version…

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Install Oracle Java JRE/JDK on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

If you’re going to be developing any kind of Java programs on Ubuntu, then you’re definitely going to need Java Runtime environment… the steps below show you how to get Oracle Java JRE  / JDK installed…

Oracle Java JDK is a development environment for developing applications and tools based on Java. It can also be used for testing applications and program developed using the Java programming language.

This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to download Oracle Java JDK / JRE and install on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Other tutorials may show you how to get Java installed via third-party PPA tools.

You could also install OpenJava JDK / JRE easily using the apt-get command. However, this post is going show you how to download and install Java from its original repository instead of the opensource version of via third-party.

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