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After installing java in linux , where the java will store what home path should i give? [closed]

After installing java in linux , where the java will store what home path should i give ?
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How to enable Oracle JDK 8 patch upgrades on an existing JDK 8 installation in CentOS

How to enable Oracle JDK 8 patch upgrades on an existing JDK 8 installation in CentOS. Refer details in the original thread ...
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use different java version to run two programs

I installed two JAVA JREs on my new CentOS since Cassandra needs java7u25 or later while iReport needs to work with 1.6. Now how do I launch each program from command line telling each program which ...
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What is the difference between these three java installations?

yum install -y java-1.7.0 yum install -y java-1.7.0-openjdk.x86_64 yum install -y java-1.7.0-openjdk-devel I have referred few more and this Link. There is a comment openjdk.x86_64 ...
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How to find out which JRE being used?

I have a Java .jar running in my system. How can I know which JRE is being used by that .jar? I have multiple JRE's in multiple location. The which java command produces /usr/bin/java $JAVA_HOME ...
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Java JDK missing libjli.so path in dependency list, Debian

This perhaps should have been asked at unix.stackexchange.com. Feel free to move it there if you have that power. I am scripting the creation of chroot jails and part of that automation includes ...
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How to install jdk in Linux Mint

I am unable to install jdk on Linux Mint. I tried the following: # apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk openjdk-7-doc openjdk-7-jre-lib Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading ...
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How to uninstall JDK1.6? [duplicate]

I am on Scientific Linux- I have JDK 1.6 and 1.7, 1.7 being used but I think the 1.6 is causing me problems. How can I remove the 1.6 version from Linux? I had to install it using yum.
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Solaris jdk 7 installation error java -version No such file or directory

Am trying to follow this website for instruction on how to install jdk for Solaris 10 with the following information: $ isainfo -v 64-bit amd64 applications ssse3 tscp sse3 sse2 sse fxsr mmx ...
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How do I remove Java from Mint 17?

I got a version of Java 7 lying in /opt/java/jdk1.7.0_60/ That I don't seem to remember having installed myself. I want to replace it with OpenJDK 8, but I'm afraid I'll break something if I just rm ...
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Tomcat: no xmx/xms value set, where is the heap value being defined?

I have a Tomcat 7 install running with Java 1.7 on a Linux 2.6 server, and jinfo shows no xmx or xms values. ps output shows nothing set for xmx/xms on the command line for the java process. Tomcat ...
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locate java source code in jdk7

I have installed Jdk7 in Ubuntu 14.04 and it is successfully configured and I can use java libraries in code. The problem is that I am trying to locate java source code, but not able to find the jar ...
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what's the difference between “java” located inside jdk/bin/ and jdk/jre/bin

After downloading the Oracle JDK and unzipping it, I can see that there exists two "java" executables in two different directories. Which one should be used as primary basis. Or, both are the same in ...
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Update Oracle JDK

I know, there are several ways of installing ORACLE jdk7 on Debian. One way is to use the ppa from the web8updteam but i've read that installing software from ppa is not recommended on Debian. (is ...
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Uninstall JDK rpm to reinstall

Where do I find the JDK install to uninstall? @terdon had explained using an rpm type download so it would be easier to uninstall, but I cannot find it.
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How can I install Sun JDK on a Debian based system?

I can't find any .deb packages for Sun's Java Development Kit. How can I install it on my Debian machine without causing conflicts with the already installed openjdk packages?