To install Java in Redhat Enterprise Linux follow these steps: we are installing from OpenJDK rpm with command line Run the following command to install the developer version of OpenJDK (Optional) It is sometimes required to set the JAVA_HOME path variable. You can know the java path by It will give the path where Java […]
We can view the current java version installed in our system with: My java version: Viewing the list of Java version installed and selecting the default one This command will give you the list of installed Java versions. My output was: 1 is the selected currently in use, to make use of 2 typing 2 […]
To install Netbeans in Redhat Linux follow this step: Download Netbeans sh file from http://download.netbeans.org/netbeans/8.2/final/bundles/netbeans-8.2-javase-linux.sh after downloading, navigate to Downloads folder and give permission to the netbeans sh file with then execeute following command to run installer It will install Netbeans and alert you if any packages are needed like jdk and more.
Recently, I installed OBS studio in my RHEL 7. This is how you do: Get RPM fusion at http://rpmfusion.org/Configuration/ set up build environment install required packages
VLC media player in Redhat Enterprise Linux edition can be installed in following ways: You can directly download from VLC’s official site and proceed. Or follow the following steps: First install Epel and repositories Check if vlc is available sample output: Now, install with VLC media player can be opened with following command
I love writing blogs with Jekyll. Before switching to Redhat Enterprise Linux, I used to use Fedora by Redhat. To continue writing my blogs, I tried installing Jekyll but I encountered some problems which were not new for me as I have already encountered in Fedora. Generally, for installing Jekyll we need to have Ruby […]
Before starting, make sure that your windows drive (NTFS) is mounted in RHEL system. Otherwise, you won’t see windows OS in steps following below. To mount Windows NTFS drive, please check this quick tutorial post for RHEL 7. Check that windows is detected. Run following command: If Windows was listed anywhere, let’s save the new […]