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If you do not want to use openjdk, I suggest you remove the openjdk completely. One easy way is to install synaptic which is a nice tool listing all available and installed packages and write in the quick filter openjdk select everything that is installed and remove it. (You have to wait a bit until it is finished indexing. It takes a lot of time only the ...
The file you want to install is icedtea-plugin. Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo apt-get install icedtea-plugin
This is what I generally do: First, remove the openjdk: sudo apt-get remove openjdk Then, download the latest java installer/tarball (I prefer tarball) from Oracle site. Extract the tarball in your preferred location, or alternatively run the installer. Edit your ~/.profile file and add the java executable path and java home variables: export ...
For those who live in Syria, Cuba, Libya, Korea or any country where Oracle is banning its services, this is a working way to install Oracle JDK 8. Using a PROXY, go to this link and accept the terms then download the tar.gz suitable to your system (32 or 64 bit). Move that tarball to the Downloads directory in your home folder. run this script as sudo: ...
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