Install the latest Oracle JDK on Linux


Even though OpenJDK is available in Linux repositories, some applications strictly require Oracle Java Development Kit. This article shows you how to manually install Oracle JDK 13 on your Linux system. This article uses JDK 13$java_update_no to demonstrate the installation. In the provided commands, replace the version specific paths and file names according to your downloaded version.
Oracle provides deb and rpm installers
If your Linux distribution is using DEB package format like Debian, you can download and install the $java_version$java_update_no_linux-x64_bin.deb file using the following command:
sudo dpkg -i $java_version$java_update_no_linux-x64_bin.deb
If your  Linux distribution is using RPM package format like Cent OS, you can download and install the $java_version$java_update_no_linux-x64_bin.rpm file using the following command:
sudo rpm -ivh $java_version$java_update_no_linux-x64_bin.rpm

However, this article explains the manual installation method which is applicable for all Linux distributions out there. Personally, I prefer the manual installation because I have more control over the changes made in the system.

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