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Hi Joe,

What is the correct procedure to install java so that LibreOffice can recognize and use it.

UBUNTU 22.04LTS, LibreOffice Community

I havn't installed Ubuntu before. But for testing a server I installed UBUNTU 22.04 on an old notebook. It installed LibreOffice complete, together with Base. And Base could start, a table could be created in internal HSQLDB.

This is the Java version it will show:
Ubuntu 11.0.17
saved at /usr/lib/jvm/java-11-openjdk-amd64

Might be this is the way to get it separate:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install default-jre



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