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Right now I don't have a working internet connection on my Ubuntu 12.10 . So is there a way to download some kinda archive or debian package and copy it to my Ubuntu and then install it ?

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It depends on the version you want.

Openjdk is in the repositories. You can download the deb file and its dependencies from

If you want an Oracle JDK then you must download an archive from Oracle and install it. You have good documentation here:

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