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Specifying path to java interpreter while installing Java Wireless Toolkit

I have already installed JDK. I could run java programs through command line as well as through Netbeans IDE. Now I want to install java wireless toolkit. I have downloaded the "*.bin" file from ...
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How to uninstall JDK

Today I installed Android Studio but when I opened it raised the error: 'tools.jar' seems to be not in Android Studio classpath. Please ensure JAVA_HOME points to JDK rather than JRE. I ...
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Java -jar using Oracle lib

I have installed java-7-openjdk and it works well, but I need to use JavaFX in a project so I download "Java SE" (all packages) form Oracle and I store them inside/usr/lib/jvm/jdk1.7.0_45. Now I want ...
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search command for packages in Ubuntu terminal to search updates and patches of the package specifically

Can I know what is the command to search any package using the terminal, if I only know the name of the Software like, if I want to search VLC or JDK,JRE.. etc If I do not know what is the url where ...
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Java compiler cannot be found

I installed j2ee with j2sdk on my Ubuntu 12.04 computer. It is installed at /mallika/glassfish3/jdk7/. I am able to run any of my Java programs in Netbeans using this JDK. Since Netbeans 7 does not ...
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How to read OpenJDK 7 documentation (or other -doc) packages?

I have installed openjdk-7-doc but I cannot find where to read the documentations of the APIs? E.g.: How to find/read "String class" API documentation I prefer GUI-based over command-line but I also ...
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“No such file or directory” when invoking java

I'm trying to re-install Oracle JDK 7 32 bit to 64 bit Ubuntu (previously 64 bit JDK was installed). JDK is currently present at /usr/lib/jvm/jdk1.7.0. I invoke sudo update-alternatives --remove ...
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How to get the java compiler for ubuntu?

I am in a Java class in my college right now, and we have to be able to compile java programs via the terminal. I would like to keep using my Ubuntu installation for it though. whenever I try to ...
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Forced-quit Sun JDK installation through terminal [duplicate]

I downloaded the package and went through the installation process. I was first prompted with the license. There was an unclickable button which, as the tutorial said, I had to click. So I closed the ...