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I am trying to use openjdk-11 on ubuntu, but my project requires javafx.

There is an openjfx package but it installs alognside with openjdk-8.

So far I only found instructions to build both openjdk and openjfx from scratch.

Any easier way?

Edit: openjdk-11 comes without javafx/openjfx by default.

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I figured it out:

You have to download the latest build from the openjfx web site an run as described here: http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/openjfx-dev/2018-May/021819.html

It seems to have gtk3 enabled by default wich did not seem as stable as gtk2. So for now I have decided to stick with oracle 10 jdk and wait for openjfx to mature and have maven packages.

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First, install OpenJFX:

sudo apt install openjfx

You can then add these arguments to any java invocation:

--module-path /usr/share/openjfx/lib --add-modules=javafx.base,javafx.controls,javafx.fxml,javafx.graphics,javafx.media,javafx.swing,javafx.web
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According to the official documentation:

With the module system in JDK 9 and later, it is not possible to easily overlay an OpenJFX build over an existing JDK as was possible with JDK 8. It is possible to build an OpenJDK that included the updated OpenJFX modules.

Therefore you either need to wait for an incoming standalone installer with JDK 11 or you have to build OpenJDK with OpenJFX from scratch.

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