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JavaFX is going to be removed from the Java JDK

Just read that JavaFX is going to be removed from the Java JDK. From the article: “Making JavaFX its own module will make it easier to adopt and clear the way for new contributors, Oracle said. The company added that with the faster release schedule being implemented for standard Java and the JDK, JavaFX needs to be on its own pace driven by contributions from Oracle and others in the OpenJFX community.”

How to install Java, Scala, and SBT on Linux Mint

Lately I’ve been in the process of “making the switch” from macOS to Linux Mint, and to that end, I just installed the Java 8 JDK/SDK, Scala 2.12, and SBT 0.13 on a new Linux Mint system, and I want to note here how I did that while it’s still fresh in my mind. Here are my notes in a compact form.

Update: Possible alternative

I haven’t looked into this yet, but it may be possible (and easier) to install OpenJDK rather than Oracle’s version of Java (which I describe below). I describe that process on my notes on how to configure a new Ubuntu server, but the basic command to install the OpenJDK JRE is:

apt-get install default-jre

and the command to install the OpenJDK JDK/SDK is:

apt-get install default-jdk

Glassfish JDK path problem solved

Glassfish JDK path problem: Some time ago I downloaded Glassfish, and then got away from it for a while. Today when I tried to run this command

C:\glassfish\bin> asadmin start-domain domain1

I got this error message from Glassfish: