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From your edit, it looks like you have two instances of the openJDK installed. If you want them to match, you have two options: Uninstall the one you don't want. E.g. if you want open-jdk7 but not open-jdk6 do sudo apt-get remove --purge openjdk-6-* Update the alternatives for java using sudo update-alternatives --config java and pick the one you want. If ...


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I'm using Linux Mint as opposed to Ubuntu, but this information might be relevant One way or another, you are probably launching Android Studio via the bin/studio.sh shell script. If you open that file in a text editor, you'll see how the following section where the JDK is loaded. --------------------------------------------------------------------- # ...


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FWIW, I've had fewer problems with Oracle/Sun Java than any other version. OpenJDK works most of the time. I've never gotten GNU Java to work. IBM Java seems good, but I don't have much experience with it. WebUpd8te has a PPA that makes installation via apt-get easy. Unless you have a reason to use a different version, such as licensing, I'd go with Oracle ...


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Ubuntu 13.04 has reached it End of Life(EOL) and its repositories have been moved to an archive server. Use this link to change your sources to the archive server. However, I would advise you to install a supported version, ie Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10.


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I think I've solved this situation: Based on a comment from steeldriver , I dug into the Software Center and added several "add-ons" to the gcc installation. I suspect that adding either libc6-dev or gcc-multilib was what I needed. On a related note of probable interest to R users who want to install JGR : I had to install at least one of libpng12-dev, ...


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headless jre/jdk means "GUI is not needed and will not work". I suspect you want Minecraft to be GUI-based game. Then you need full jre. Frankly "does not work" is not a useful symptom. What makes you believe it doesnt? Maybe you expected something and got something different? It's hard to guess.


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Setup environment variables. You should Setup Environment Variables for java because all of java based application’s use environment variables to work. Open your .bashrc file and add the below coloured line to end of the file. Make sure you need to mention your path instead of us. Save and exit. This is an example taken from ...


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Very old stuff, but if some one is lookig for this yet, just install openjdk-7-jre-headless or openjdk-6-jre-headless


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What space do you want to clean? On a USB drive? Or you mean you want to free space on your hard drive to install windows there? For clearing HD space, assuming you have enough free space, I'd run gparted (maybe from a live iso/cd/dvd) and shrink partitions until there's enough free space to create a new partition of the desired size, then tell the windows ...


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The recommended way is to use the built-in programs (packages) to install tested verified working programs, using the Software Center, or Synaptic, or apt (apt-get, apt-cache...) in the terminal. To make sure you can install all the programs you want, check the repositories in the Software Sources (somewhere in the dashboard/menus in Ubuntu unity?) to ...


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You can install OpenJDK 8 with these packages. Simply download them, open them in the Ubuntu Software Center, and click install. https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/openjdk-8-jre_8u40~b09-1_amd64.deb https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/openjdk-8-jdk_8u40~b09-1_amd64.deb You can view all available packages on OpenJDK's ...



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