I understand that this question might be better off in "hardwareAndSoftware/LinuxAndUnix/LinuxApplicationsAndSoftware". But the truth is, that it takes for ever for someone to respond to posts there, because I don't think anybody visits that forum alot.
Anyways, back to the point...
I'm trying to install the Java 1.6 JDK. I downloaded it at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
I chose the Linux 32bit version. (Attached is an image of exactly what I chose)..
When I tried running the .sh file in the Terminal, I got this error:
"Could not locate suitable jar utility. Please ensure you have java 6 or newer installed on your system and accessible in your PATH or by setting JAVA-HOME."
Now that doesn't make sense, why does it ask me to make sure I have java 6 or newer installed on my system, if I'm trying to install it right now?. Could this be that I downloaded the wrong thing from Oracle? Or that I have to set this PATH thing they talking about, and if so, what is the right thing I have to download, or how do I set this PATH??
Thanks in Advance!
Edited 5 Years Ago by Dean_Grobler: n/a