Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers How to find weblogic version in Linux? Post 303041888 by Neo on Thursday 5th of December 2019 09:58:31 PM
You can get the weblogic version number by using your Oracle Weblogic Server Administration Console.

See, for example:


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MAKE-JPKG(1)						      General Commands Manual						      MAKE-JPKG(1)

make-jpkg - builds Debian packages from Java binary distributions SYNOPSIS
make-jpkg builds a Debian package from the given Java distribution FILE. Supported java binary distributions currently include: * Oracle ( : - The J2SE Development Kit (JDK), version 6 (update >= 10), 7 - The J2SE Runtime Environment (JRE), version 6 (update >= 10), 7 - The J2SE API Javadoc, version 6 (update >= 10), 7 (Choose tar.gz archives or self-extracting archives, do _not_ choose the RPM!) The following options are recognized: --full-name NAME full name used in the maintainer field of the package --email EMAIL email address used in the maintainer field of the package --changes create a .changes file --revision add debian revision --help display help text and exit --version output version information and exit Download a supported Java RE or SDK or API tar.gz or self-extracting archive from and execute make-jpkg file with the downloaded file. The program asks the user for additional information and builds a Debian binary pack- age in the current directory. The program requires about 200 MB free disk space in a temporary directory. The temporary directory defaults to /tmp but you can specify an alternate directory by setting the environment variable TMPDIR. EXAMPLE
To install Oracle(TM) 7 Standard Edition JDK, download a release - 64 bits version of update 2 from work/java/javase/downloads/jdk-7u2-download-1377129.html in this example - and invoke make-jpkg: make-jpkg <path_to_download_directory>/jdk-7u2-linux-x64.tar.gz This generate a Debian package in the current directory, that can be installed using dpkg: dpkg -i oracle-j2sdk1.7_1.7.0+update2_amd64.deb When you're done, you can delete initial download as well as generated package: rm <path_to_download_directory>/jdk-7u2-linux-x64.tar.gz oracle-j2sdk1.7_1.7.0+update2_amd64.deb ENVIRONMENT
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This manual page was written by Hubert Schmid <>. It is now maintained by the Debian Java Maintainers <>. January 22, 2012 MAKE-JPKG(1)

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