Set Java 8 “ Environmental Variable Path “ On Redhat/CentOs 7

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Here, I’m going to show you how to set the path for java on linux machine. This is very important in order to run the java code or compile them.

Step 1 :

Location of java installation is /usr/java/

Now You will have to find a bashrc file

Step 2 : You can find that file by a command

Here you have to put these settings to set the java path

Go the file  vim ./ .bashrc

Step 3 : Put these lines in this file

Set path for jdk

export  JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_171

export  PATH=$PATH:JAVA_HOME/bin

Step 4 : run this command to reload the bashrc  file

source  /root/.bash_profile

Step 5 : Verify java path has been properly set or not by command mentioned below

echo  “JAVA_HOME”

If path is set properly it will show you output otherwise it’s blank output.

Now JAVA path is set successfully You can see the output.

You’re done.

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