Category Archives: Ubuntu

Cloning and Committing Git Repositories in Ubuntu 14.04

This post contains commands that are working on Ubuntu to commit and update Git repos content from local folders. Part 1 of 3 : Setting up git on local $ sudo apt-get install git $ git config –global “Your name” $ git config –global “” Part 2 of 3 : Cloning existing repository in local system $ mkdir /path/to/local/repo $ cd /path/to/local/repo $ git clone $ git init $ git add . Part 3 of 3 : Committing files into Git (commonly…

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Installing Java 8 on Ubuntu 14.04

To install Oracle Java 8 on Ubuntu 14.04. Go to terminal and give following commands. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer This will first fetch a web installer which is around 160KB. There after actual java (jdk-8uX-linux-i586.tar.gz), which is around 160MB, will be downloaded and installed. To check, give following command. This command will output the version of java installed. java -version Ref: 0

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