I want to get the latest JDK onto a server in a remote location.
wget on the server doesn't work.
Googling for mirrors of the JDK, I could only find old versions.
Right now I'm left with the option of downloading it into my computer, then uploading it to the server. This feels slow and stupid.
Anyone got a better idea?
EDIT: Thanks for all the replies. Just to clarify, as I'm writing this I'm
rsyncing the 78MB file to my server. It should be done in about an hour, so it's not such a big deal. However, since this is not the first time I'm doing this, I was hoping for a better solution for next time.
Solution: What I ended up doing was
sudo aptitude install lynx-cur www-browser http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/
From there it's mostly using the arrow and enter keys, and answering "Yes" to a lot of lynx security questions (about cookies and certificates). Thanks to resonator.