Question about Java on Fedora 4
c.preston at its.uq.edu.au
Mon Dec 12 06:12:00 UTC 2005
This has a good tutorial on setting up Java. Hope it helps
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[mailto:fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Hoffmann
Sent: Monday, 12 December 2005 4:09 PM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: Question about Java on Fedora 4
"Christofer C. Bell" <christofer.c.bell at gmail.com> wrote:
On 12/11/05, Hoffmann wrote:
> (1) Could anyone, please, let me know how could I upgrade java
> latest version? Is the best option to wait for the newest
> released by yum?
> (2) The most impottant question: What about the Java Virtual
> realized that some applications I would like to install/run
are generating a
> warning about not being able to find the JVM on my machine?
How could I
> solve this problem? Is it already installed? If affirmative,
how could I
> make JVM be recognized by those applications?
I'd recommend the J2SE from here:
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/download.jsp (Java on Linux isn't
up to par, IMO). I use the! non-RPM bundle of netbeans and the
and install it in /opt. You can update your path appropriately
your Java applications to work.
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Many thanks for your prompt reply. I also installed J2SE in /opt
directory. However, when I run " java -version" command, I got the
information that about still having the old java (1.4.2) version
working, instead of the newest one. I became worried about the
possibility of messing up the configuration of FC4. Could you or anyone
alse, please, let me know how could I update my path appropriately for
my Java applications to work with the new Java version and its JVM?
Sorry, if that question s! eems to be too stupid, but, as I told before,
I have no experience with java, etc.
Thanks, once again!
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