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Help with JAVA_HOME variable on Ubuntu


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43 minutes ago, diesieben07 said:

Yeah, I've read this before and did what it said, I just don't know if I've set it to the right directory since there's three options. But now I can't even access /etc/environment OR /etc/profile for some reason as of late, and I could earlier....

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Steps:
1. Start a terminal and type: sudo su.
2. Determine the folder in which Java is installed. To do this, enter: which java.
3. Now, to install JAVA_HOME for all users, edit the bash.bashrc file
4. At the end of the file, enter the following lines (one after the other):
Line 1: JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun
Line 2: export JAVA_HOME
Line 3: PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME
Line 4: export PATH
5. Close terminal, then open it again and type: echo $JAVA_HOME; a new path will be displayed.
6. Enter: java –version to find out the version of Java installed.
If you still have problems with installation, you can get java assignment help and contact an expert with your question. Also, don't enter the path displayed by the which java command. Instead, type:
JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun

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