STEPS TO INSTALL JAVA 11 on Ubuntu 22.04

Java and the JVM (Java’s virtual machine) are required for many kinds of software, including Tomcat, Jetty, Glassfish, Cassandra and Jenkins.

While Ubuntu does not come with a Java runtime preinstalled, it does come prepackaged with the ability to easily install Java with the apt command.

There are many different ways to install Java on Ubuntu, but if all you need is the ability to run a Java program or even develop and compile some Java source code, the apt-based installation path is the easiest one to follow.

To install the the Java (Java Development Kit) on Ubuntu 22.04, please follow the below steps:

  1. First launch an Ubuntu instance from AWS
  2. Once the instance is launched successfully , connect to the instance and update the server using the following command.
  3. sudo apt-get update

Install the java package using the following command

Verify the installation: After the installation is complete, you can verify it by checking the version of Java that has been installed:

use the command java -version

Steps to install Default jdk on ubuntu 18 server

  1. Launch a an ec2 instance (Unbuntu ) and update the server using the below command

2.Install Default JDK: Use the following command to install the default JDK, which is OpenJDK, on Ubuntu 18.04:

3.Verify Installation: After the installation is complete,

use the command java -version

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