Download and Install Sun Java 6 / 7 in Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) Easily with this Script 10


This simple script will help you download and install Sun Java (JRE, JDK) 6 or 7 packages in Ubuntu 12.04 easily.

We’ve written many tutorials on this blog that show you how to install Sun Java (JRE, JDK) in Ubuntu, and this is another method to use to install these packages. I love this script better because it actually downloads and create a .dab package archive locally which allows you to install Java packages by using apt-get install commands. For more information about this script, click here.

So, if other methods are too difficult to use to install Java, then try this and see how it works.

Objectives:

  • Install Sun Java 6 and Oracle Java 7 in Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin)
  • Enjoy!

To get started, press Ctrl – Alt – T on your keyboard to open terminal. When terminal opens, run the commands below to download the script.

wget https://github.com/flexiondotorg/oab-java6/raw/0.2.4/oab-java.sh -O oab-java.sh

 

java_sun_precise

 

Next, run the command below to make the script executable.

chmod +x oab-java.sh

 

java_sun_precise_1

 

Then run the script below to download Sun Java 6 Packages. This will only download Sun Java 6 package.

sudo ./oab-java.sh

 

java_sun_precise_2

 

To download Sun / Oracle Java 7 packages, run the commands below. It’s recommended in most cases to download Java 7 Packages.

sudo ./oab-java.sh -7

 

java_sun_precise_3

 

After downloading either Java 6 packages, run the commands below to install Sun Java 6.

sudo apt-get install sun-java-jre sun-java-jdk sun-java6-plugin sun-java6-fonts

 

java_sun_precise_5

 

Or install Oracle Java 7 packages by running the commands below.

sudo apt-get install oracle-java7-jre oracle-java7-jdk oracle-java7-plugin oracle-java7-fonts

 

java_sun_precise_4

 

Enjoy!


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