I went to SUN's website and downloaded the .bin:
I ran it, checked the terms, and this is shown:
Java(TM) SE Development Kit 6 successfully installed. Product Registration is FREE and includes many benefits: * Notification of new versions, patches, and updates * Special offers on Sun products, services and training * Access to early releases and documentation Product and system data will be collected. If your configuration supports a browser, the Sun Product Registration form for the JDK will be presented. If you do not register, none of this information will be saved. You may also register your JDK later by opening the register.html file (located in the JDK installation directory) in a browser. For more information on what data Registration collects and how it is managed and used, see: http://java.sun.com/javase/registration/JDKRegistrationPrivacy.html Press Enter to continue..... Done.
However, when I type "java" in my terminal, it says: -bash: java: command not found
How do I check if it was successfully installed? Isn't that how you check?