I was unable to find any official, working, documentation on the Ubuntu website regarding how to install Java onto Ubuntu. In fact, I read that OpenJDK comes preinstalled with Ubuntu, but if it is I certainly couldn’t find where it was located or how to start it.
The command below will install and configure OpenJDK, a leading open source version of Java.
sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jdk
I was advised to run the command below, which apparently tells you what is installed in Ubuntu. I did see “openjdk” numerous times in the list, but I couldn’t verify how to start it if it did exist.
apt-cache search jdk
What is screen? screen is program that allows you to use multiple windows (virtual VT100 terminals) in Unix. In other words, instead of having a bunch of tabs open in Terminal to do different things at the same time you can run the commands below to show and hide them. How to use screen? […]
Earlier this year we began using Roots’ Trellis, Bedrock and Sage to develop and manage websites. While the system is everything WordPress should be. There are some things it should not be. One of them is temperamental, another is incredibly complicated. Today I’m working on our third project with Roots. But simultaneously with our second and […]
Aaaand we’re back. If you saw or read my previous two articles, those were related to project #2. This article, however, is related to project #3. The Problem I created the site and successfully worked on it on my Linux Ubuntu machine. I successfully deployed my work from development to staging went to bed. And then […]