We've previously written about installing Oracle JDK 7 in Ubuntu using a script with a GUI provided by Zenity.Some may find this method hard to use and also, it comes with GTK dependencies.

Update: our Oracle Java 7 installer now supports ARM.

Oracle Java 7 supports ARM v6/v7 Hard Float and Soft Float ABI.

Tip: if you're behind a firewall / router that blocks some of the redirects required to download the Oracle Java archive, you can download the JDK archive manually and place it under /var/cache/oracle-jdk7-installer - then, installing the "oracle-java7-installer" package will use the local archive instead of trying it to download it itself.

After the installation finishes, if you wish to see if it was successful, you can run the following command: The package installs all the Java binaries, so you can also try "javac -version" which should return "javac 1.7.0_76" and so on (the "_76" part of the version can be different because I'm constantly updating the PPA with the latest Oracle Java 7 version).

The current JDK version in the PPA is Oracle Java 7 Update 76 (7u76).

Update: the installer now requires you accept the Oracle license before the installation begins. If for some reason you need the installation to be automated, you can run the following command to automatically accept the Oracle license: If you've already installed oracle-java6-set-default or oracle-java8-set-default, they will be automatically removed when installing oracle-java7-set-default (and the environment variables will be set for Oracle Java 7 instead).

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If you really need to use Oracle (ex Sun) Java instead of Open JDK in Ubuntu, here's an easy way to do it: a PPA repository to install and keep your computer up to date with the latest Oracle Java 7 (Java JDK which includes JRE).

Oracle JDK7 itself is not hosted in the PPA because that's not allowed by the new Java license (which is also the reason why it has been removed from the official Ubuntu repositories); the package in the PPA automatically downloads Oracle Java JDK 7 from its official website and installs it on your Ubuntu / Linux Mint computer, just like the flashplugin-installer package does.