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I installed java downloading the relative file from the Oracle site, and following the manual guide I found on http://wiki.ubuntu-it.org . I have it and it works.

Now I'm trying using javadoc with the following command:

$ javadoc -version -private -d /tmp/Docs -sourcepath src -subpackages it

But I receive this error message:

The program 'javadoc' can be found in the following packages:
 * default-jdk
 * gcj-5-jdk
 * openjdk-8-jdk-headless
 * gcj-4.8-jdk
 * gcj-4.9-jdk
 * openjdk-9-jdk-headless
Try: sudo apt install <selected package>

As I already installed java, how should I proceed to get javadoc too? I'm afraid any of the packages suggested could result in some problems as I already have a jdk.

Note: I would prefer not to use openjdk.

  • Java isn't JDK. For javadoc, you need a JDK installed. From your question, you don't already have a JDK installed. – TheWanderer Oct 9 '16 at 14:42
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The only way to get javadocs is to install a JRE or a JDK. If you picked one that did not have javadoc you will need to install one that does.

No way around it.

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Alternative way is to install javadoc via npm: https://www.npmjs.com/package/javadoc

$ npm install -s javadoc
+ javadoc@1.0.6
added 235 packages from 100 contributors and audited 81 packages in 8.795s
found 0 vulnerabilities

$ javadoc --version
javadoc 12.0.1

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