I'll extract it to the desktop in a folder named jaustoolset-binary-v2.2.1 for this guide.
Follow this 'Ask Ubuntu' forum to help you uninstall Open JDK.
We will be working with the Ping Component_120 example.
In the terminal, (make sure you are in the Ping Component_120 directory when you run scons) When it finishes building, a "bin" folder is created in the Ping Component_120 directory. You should see JAUS output the message hello world. To understand the program you can look at the code inside the "src" folder in the Ping Component_120 directory.
The files in the directory generally provide global settings.
If an equivalent file exists in your home directory it may override the global settings.
An interactive login shell is started after a successful login, using file for additional startup configuration instructions.
From the terminal, If it says Open JDK, you will have to uninstall it and install the Oracle JDK.
Note: The download comes with a helpful user guide that will give you familiarity with the tool. This is required to successfully build and compile the example. You can use the text editor of your choice, I'll use gedit.