Here, I’m going to show you how to set java 8 environmental variable path on the Linux machine. This is very important in order to run the java code or compile them. you need to do this sometimes because it also depends on the application and should be properly set.
We have to install a version according to the application requirements otherwise apps can’t work. Java is a powerful language in software development. it includes lots of libraries which require application and software.
Set Java 8 Environmental Variable Path:
Java mostly used in all the application and web development. To make it work properly, you need to set the java path in the Linux machine.
Check Out: Install Java 8
Installation of Java Path
Step 1: Location of java installed is /usr/java/
Now You will have to find it, .bashrc
Step 2: You can find that file by command ls -a
Here you have to put these settings to set the java path
Go the file vim ./.bashrc
Step 3: Put these lines and Set the path for JDK
Step 4: Run this command to reload the .bashrc file
Check Out: Check Service Is Running Or Not
Step 5: Verify path set using the below command
If the 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.
That’s it. java path in linux set environmental variable linux