No root or sudo rights needed for installation since Azul Zulu Prime JVM 19.07!

Since Azul Zulu Prime JVM 19.07 sudo or root privileges are no longer needed for Azul Zulu Prime JVM on the current versions of the supported operating systems.

The Azul Zulu Prime System Tools (ZST), a Linux system service, is since then only required on older operating systems, for example on RHEL 7.2 and previous versions.

The Documentation on the following pages uses the installation without ZST as default:

https://docs.azul.com/prime/index
https://www.azul.com/products/prime/trial-download/

 

To be more precise: To install RPM or DEB packages of Azul Zulu Prime JVM you still need system administrator permissions due to the nature of these packaging system, but now you can also install and run Azul Zulu Prime JVM just from the tar.gz package.

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