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Oracle Java 11, the first long term support release, can now be installed in Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Debian from the Linux Uprising Java PPA. For what's new in the latest JDK11, read the. It's important to note that with Java 11, Oracle uses a new, commercial license. It can be downloaded and used without cost only for development and testing only, and it requires paying a fee if it's used in production: You may not: use the Programs for any data processing or any commercial, production, or internal business purposes other than developing, testing, prototyping, and demonstrating your Application.
This quote is from the Oracle Java SE (). As a result, you should only use Oracle JDK if you intend to pay for it. Use OpenJDK, which is available in the Debian / Ubuntu repositories, for anything else. From Java 11 forward, Oracle JDK builds and OpenJDK builds are essentially identical with a few differences you can read about. Oracle Java 11 is available to download as a DEB package, but all the package does is install the files to /usr/lib/jvm/jdk-11, just like it would be if you copied the extracted directory there, without any options to set it as default / update the Java alternatives, set environment variables and so on. The Oracle Java installer from the Linux Uprising PPA can set Java 11 as default, set environment variables (JAVA_HOME, etc.) and easily undo this. The installer downloads Oracle Java 11 (64bit only as that's what Oracle provides) from Oracle's servers because the license doesn't allow uploading the binary to the PPA.
The package in this PPA uses the Web Upd8 Java package installer as a base, but it's modified to install the latest Oracle JDK 11. If you decide to use OpenJDK instead of Oracle Java: Users running Ubuntu 18.04 or older can install OpenJDK by using an official Ubuntu PPA. You might notice there's an openjdk-11-jdk package in Ubuntu 18.04 (and Linux Mint 19), but that package actually contains OpenJDK 10. The PPA I mentioned provides the actual OpenJDK 11 package. See this article for more information and installation instructions:. Install Oracle Java 11 (JDK 11) in Ubuntu, Linux Mint or Debian from PPA.
This tutorial will show how to create wireless hotspot in Ubuntu. You can share your cable internet connection from your desktop to your android or other devices via creating Wi-Fi hotspot. Ubuntu network manager provides a way to create Wi-Fi hotspot in your desktop.
Note: Below tutorial only for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus. Follow below steps. • Search for ‘Network Connections’ from Dash or Click ‘Edit Connections’ from notification area network menu. Edit Connections • In the network connection window, click Add. Add Network Connection • Choose connection type as Wi-Fi. Choose Connection • In the next Wi-Fi tab, type any name for SSID.
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It would be the Wi-Fi hotspot name which can be seen in other devices. Select Mode as Hotspot. In the Device drop down, select the mac address available for your wireless card. • Go to Wi-Fi Security Tab and select Security as WPA and WPA2 Personal and give a Wi-Fi password which is needed to connect from your Android or other devices.
• Go to IPv4 Settings Tab and choose Method as Shared to other computers. • Click Save.
• Now you can search for Wi-Fi hotspot with the name you choose from your Android or other devices. Drop a comment below if you are facing trouble creating Wi-Fi hotspot in Ubuntu.