N/APosted on - 04/13/2012
SuSE have openJDK and openJRE by default, however, these two won't seem to work every time and seems to be lacking features Oracle Java has. How can I install Oracle Java (JDK and JRE) in OpenSuSe? Will it get replaced automatically after install or should I configure it first?
How To Install Oracle Java In SuSE
It will install java in the following location:
Followed this guide to create the package: Oracle (Sun) Java for openSUSE and Fedora – Easy Linux tips project.
The package will download and install jre and java plugin and will add new entries in "update-alternatives" and set the oracle-java as default java. It adds update-alternatives entries for, java and javaws.
It also links libnpjp2.so from /usr/lib/browser-plugins/javaplugin.so for mozilla plugin.
It should also remove those entries (except for the soft link for java plugin) while uninstalling.
you can find the package "oracle-java-installer" here: Index of /reporitions/home:/wildnux/openSUSE 12.1