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I want to copy some files in the subdirectories of the JVM path , java is already installed. How to know the JVM's path ?

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locate java

This will give you the location of java installation in your system...

Most probably it would be

/usr/lib/java/

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Check your $JAVA_HOME environment variable from a terminal:

echo $JAVA_HOME
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