I would like to install the latest version of ShinyProxy under Ubuntu 22.04 using the corresponding DEB package. Also, I’d like to use it with Java 17, which is supported since ShinyProxy 2.6.0 according to an answer in this GitHub issue.
However, the dependencies of the DEB package (as obtained via
dpkg -I shinyproxy_2.6.1_amd64.deb), only list
default-jre-headless (which installs Java 11) and the corresponding Java 8 packages, but not the Java 17 packages (i.e.
openjdk-17-jre-headless). If I still force
apt to install ShinyProxy with Java 17, but not Java 11 installed, everything on the ShinyProxy side works fine, but I can’t upgrade any packages anymore with
apt since it complains about broken dependencies.
So my question is: Would it be possible to add Java 17 as a dependency to the ShinyProxy DEB package?
Thanks in advance!