How to Install Latest Oracle Java JDK 7 X86 on Linux Fedora 16 KDE4 32bit Desktop

May 21, 2012 | By Regaz.

The Guide shows you How to Install the Latest Oracle-Sun Java JDK 7 32-bit Release for Fedora 16 i686 KDE4 Desktop.

Especially relevant: at the Same Time I’m also illustrating here How to Install the New Downloaded .rpm Packages with Dependencies :)

The Screenshots of Installation Correspond to the Install on a Fedora 16 KDE Desktop but the Procedure on GNOME, XFCE and Lxde is Similar…

Following the Easiest and Practicable Way I have Expressly Excluded the Use of Terminal Commands here.

So Take the Time of Carefully Reading and Executing the Instructions Contained Here and All should Work Like a Breeze :)

Java Baloon
  1. Download Oracle-Sun Java SE JDK 7:

    Sun JDK 7 Linux i586.rpm
  • Select the Open with Package Installer Option or Double-Click After

    We Suppose that you Browser like Firefox will Prompt you About the Downloading Procedure to Follow like Here.

    Install the Latest Java on Fedora 16 KDE 1

    If Not Prompted then Double Click on tar.gz Archive…

  • When the Download is Achieved you will be Automatically Prompted for Installing

    Install the Latest Java on Fedora 16 KDE 2
    Install the Latest Java on Fedora 16 KDE 2a
  • After all the Dependencies are Fulfilled Java is Ready to Be Installed

    Install the Latest Java on Fedora 16 KDE 3

    Follow to Confirm and Authorize Also if you Are Warned About Installation of Unsigned Content

    Install the Latest Java on Fedora 16 KDE 3a
    Install the Latest Java on Fedora 16 KDE Success

  • Updating System Java to Oracle JDK

    update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /usr/java/jdk1.7*/bin/java 1065
    update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/javac javac /usr/java/jdk1.7*/bin/javac 1065
    update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/jar jar /usr/java/jdk1.7*/bin/jar 1065
    update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/javaws javaws /usr/java/jdk1.7*/bin/javaws 1065

    Checking or Setting the System Java Version in Use with.

    update-alternatives --config java

    And for the Java Compiler instead:

    sudo update-alternatives --config javac

    To Switch of Java Version Just Enter the Reference Number on First, Column. :)

  • Getting-Started with Java Development:

    Getting-Started Quickly with JDK
  • Howto Install Apache Tomcat 7 Server on Fedora Linux.

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