[EDIT]: Here is how to do it:
Find the download link and wget it. If your downloading from Oracle they make you accept the licence agreement, and then give you the link. If you get a certificate error, add the
no-check-certificate option to wget.
If you want the Oracle JDK8 for ARM, issue this statement:
wget http://www.java.net/download/jdk8/archive/b99/binaries/jdk-8-ea-b99-linux-arm-vfp-hflt-17_jul_2013.tar.gz --no-check-certificate
I am attempting to download the JDK8 for Linux ARM (218.45MB file) from https://jdk8.java.net/download.html .
If I accept Oracle's agreement and get the link, I try this in WGET:
and receive the following error:
Connecting to www.java.net (www.java.net)|220.127.116.11|:443... connected. ERROR: The certificate of `www.java.net' is not trusted. ERROR: The certificate of `www.java.net' hasn't got a known issuer.
The first time I tried to download it, it actually got about 99% of the way through before Midori crashed. The MD5 didn't match.
Now every time I try it appears to be getting worse, now its crashing at less than a third of the way there. I've tried about 10 times.
Even when I initially got my RPi and had no programs running, Midori seemed to crash a lot.
How can I get around this?
With Midori open, my
free -h says 16M free in memory, 31M free in buffers/cache. With Midori closed, my
free -h says 7M in memory, 114M in buffers/cache.