Default jre ubuntu

dep: default-jre-headless (= ): Standard Java or Java compatible Runtime (headless). dep: openjdkjre (>= 7~u): OpenJDK Java runtime, using. dep: default-jre-headless (= ubuntu2): Standard Java or Java compatible Runtime (headless). dep: openjdkjre: OpenJDK Java runtime, using Hotspot. dep: default-jre-headless (= ubuntu1~02): Standard Java or Java compatible Runtime (headless). dep: openjdkjre: OpenJDK Java runtime, using.

By default, Ubuntu includes Open JDK, which is an be installed with: apt install default-jre apt install openjdkjre-headless apt install. Installing the Default JRE/JDK. The easiest option for installing Java is using the version packaged with Ubuntu. Specifically, this will install. sudo apt-get install default-jre. This will install the Java Runtime Environment ( JRE). If you instead need the Java Development Kit (JDK), which.

This dependency package points to the Java runtime, or Java compatible runtime recommended for this architecture, which is openjdkjre for arm More info (and Ubuntu installation instructions): for Oracle Java 7: You can use default-jre which is a simple package basically equivalent to. One of the greatest things about Linux, (I'm currently using Ubuntu LTS) is your ability to install more than one version of java. Ubuntu. Download default-jre packages for DEB Universal, Debian, Ubuntu.