Your Raspberry Pi will do nothing without an operating system, which is loaded from the SD Card. We need a way to interact with it by first installing the supported operating system, which in our case is Raspbian Wheezy; all official supported operating systems for the Pi are listed and can be downloaded from the link http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/.
Then, we will configure the network settings for our Pi to connect it remotely. Finally, we will check the Java SE 8 version installed by default and proceed to check for updates, if not prepackaged with OS already.
As mentioned before, the last update doesn't include JavaFX so we will find a way to add it. Let's start preparing our SD card to install the Raspbian Wheezy operating system and have the Raspberry Pi up and running.