Java is a widely used programming language that is used to help with cross-platform compatibility and many internet applications.
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There are many ways to install Java on a dedicated server. This is only going to show how to do it through the use of
Here is how to install Java,
- Open an SSH client and login.
- Then type:
sudo yum install java
This will install Java v.1.8.
To install a newer version of Java, you will want to use the version specific package. e.g.
sudo yum install java-1.7.0-openjdk To make sure you are getting the latest verions you can go to OpenJDK.
- Press Y and enter.
This will install the Java for you.
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