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I tried to install javafx for ubuntu as described in the answer here but the libraries it mentions were not added to my jdk folder after the installation. Specifically only the ant-javafx.jar is added. My ubuntu is 16.04 and I have the openjkd-8 installed.

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  • I found this solution to work for me since filebot program requires javafx and openjkd-8 didn't install it by default. This solution worked for me Commented Jan 2, 2020 at 7:16

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Had similar issue, solved after reinstall. Try to reinstall JDK from oracle. As they says:

As of JDK 7u6 JavaFX is included with the standard JDK and JRE bundles. Please download the JDK or JRE to use JavaFX.

Here is the link

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