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I've looked at the other questions asked on this subject and I got OpenJDK and its plugin for web browsers but it isn't working for me. Please help me here, would be much appreciated if someone could give me a series of commands to write into terminal to install it.

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I found this guide very useful for installing Oracle JDK 7 thedaneshproject.com/posts/… –  Chris Carter Sep 29 '12 at 11:44
    
Is this the stuff you tried? askubuntu.com/questions/48468/how-do-i-install-java –  Jorge Castro Sep 29 '12 at 13:30
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If you have all openjdk updates applied, it should work with the Chromium/Chrome in 12.04 –  micahg Sep 30 '12 at 4:04

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This question is now irrelevant as Chrome no longer supports Java beyond version 35.

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Chrome(ium) no longer support NPAPI plugins (in Linux) beyond version 35. Until there is a PPAPI plugin for Java, it cannot be used in Chrome(ium). –  saiarcot895 2 days ago

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