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Installing Java on Windows isn’t hard, but it is fraught with security issues.
Installing Java on a Linux desktop is not hard, but the situation is needlessly confusing. Here’s how I do it, and why I do it that way.
Some Java applications come packaged in an RPM. But if the Java application you are interested does not, never fear. Installation is easy.