Java SE Development Kit (JDK)

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Summary: Oracle's Java SE Development Kit -- Java runtime, compiler, etc.

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derby
Enable Installation of Bundled Derby (Java DB)
jce
Enable Java Cryptographic Extension Unlimited Strength Policy files
pax_kernel
Use paxctl to mark the JVM binaries.

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You can install the free icedtea jdk or Oracle's version. Therefore we have a virtual package called virtual/jdk. By default it will install the Oracle version. Jdk is Package:Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE) & additional software for development.

Installation

# emerge -a virtual/jdk
If you receive a message similar to the following, you will have to accept the Oracle java license to emerge the oracle-jdk-bin: {{console|body=

      1. i## emerge virtual/jdk

Calculating dependencies... done! [##g##ebuild N ##!g##] ##g##dev-java/java-config-wrapper-0.16 ##!g## [##g##ebuild N ##!g##] ##g##sys-apps/baselayout-java-0.1.0 ##!g## [##g##ebuild N ##!g##] ##g##app-admin/eselect-java-0.1.0 ##!g## [##g##ebuild N ##!g##] ##g##dev-java/java-config-2.2.0-r1000 ##!g## PYTHON_ABIS="##r##2.7 3.3##!r## ##bl##-2.6 -3.1 -3.2 -3.4 (-3.5)##!bl##" [##g##ebuild N ##!g##] ##g##dev-java/oracle-jdk-bin-1.8.0.11 ##!g## USE="##r##X alsa fontconfig nsplugin##!r## ##bl##(-aqua) -derby -doc -examples -jce -pax_kernel (-selinux) -source##!bl##" Now you can emerge oracle-jdk-bin

# emerge virtual/jdk
After the installation finishes, you may want to check and see if you can use the jdk. You can do so by issuing the following command:

$ java

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