Greetings! Despite having two years of experience with Manjaro, I’m a newcomer to this forum. Recently, I attempted to install the most recent version of JavaFX using the command
sudo pacman -S java-openjfx. However, the command installed JavaFX 17, and I was hoping to obtain a different version. Could you kindly guide me on how to address this?
Appreciate your assistance in advance!
…if you need a newer version, you are on your own.
The jfx in the repo is 17 - that is how it is.
Being a Manjaro user for as long as two years - you know the caveats of custom scripts from AUR.
- switch to Manjaro unstable branch (on par with Arch)
- do not sync system and custom AUR scripts in the same transaction
Use a helper script to inform of updates to AUR script.
jfx 21 is a custom script found in AUR
I’ve discovered a solution to the issue. Simply download the required JavaFX version, extract it, and in your IDE, specify the location of the libraries. In my case, I use IntelliJ, and I successfully followed the official tutorial of javaFX.
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