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The Runtime Environment for Linux contains the Java Virtual Machine (["JVM"]), Java core classes, and supporting files. The Runtime Environment for Linux contains the Java Virtual Machine (["JVM"]), Java core classes, and supporting files. It does not contain any of the development tools (such as appletviewer or javac) or classes that pertain only to a development environment.

JRE (J2RE/JRE)

Java Runtime Environment - If you don't plan to create ["Java"] apps yourself, then this is enough.

The Runtime Environment for Linux contains the Java Virtual Machine (["JVM"]), Java core classes, and supporting files. It does not contain any of the development tools (such as appletviewer or javac) or classes that pertain only to a development environment.

See: for creating Java apps, ["SDK"]