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Re: Security Info: Sun Java J2SE 5 and J2SE 1.4 vulnerable *update*

 --- Alexander Dalloz <ad+lists uni-x org> wrote: 
> Am Mi, den 15.06.2005 schrieb Claude Jones um 5:37:
> > Speaking of which, I wanted to update my Java to
> ver 5 the other night, but 
> > couldn't figure out how to uninstall my 1.4.2*  Is
> there a howto on 
> > uninstalling Java you could point me to. 
> > Claude Jones
> If you installed by RPM I think the option is clear.
> If you installed by
> the self-extracting binary file you may follow this
> (found by a short
> google search):
>   --> Self-extracting file installation
> When you install the current Java by Sun then you
> should use
> www.jpackage.org. It much better allows you
> switching the default Java
> engine and even allows you to run different versions
> in parallel, i.e.
> 1.4.2 and 1.5 (5).
> Alexander

What is the "official line"? Are we getting an update
from Fedora through yum? (Presumably a redhat dude
should be in the know.)

Alexander as you are always asking for CVE numbers
what is the CVE id for this issue? Have you considered
filing a bug report?

Fedora Core - The power of Open Source Now! Please search the archives 
and fedoraforum.org as the question is likely to have been asked before.

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