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Which way to go finally ? -- Re: Why FC4 using the Jpackage 1.4.2 Java?




--- "Ernest L. Williams Jr." <ernesto ornl gov> wrote:

> On Sat, 2005-06-25 at 12:55 -0400, Matthew Miller
> wrote:
> > On Sat, Jun 25, 2005 at 12:50:48PM -0400, Ernest
> L. Williams Jr. wrote:
> > > > Sun's Java isn't free - period. Then live with
> the Java FC4 ships with
> > > > in Core.
> > > What about the java distro from IBM?  Is that
> one open-source?
> > 
> > Nope. No open source JVM currently exists.
> > 

After all these discussions, Could any one give any
suggestion on how to deal with my situation? Sun Java
1.5.0, or jpackages.org's 1.4.2... 

 My current situation is:

 tomcat 5.0, activemq and a lot of other java stuff
are running under Sun Java 1.5 happily for quite a
while without problems, while on Java 1.4 they did
have some issues.

 So if I upgrade my machine to FC4 and accept the
default jpackage.org's 1.4.2 java, it is quite
possible that my problems come back again.

 Does jpackage.org have a 1.5.0 newer java released at
free section? Then I don't need to download Sun Java
1.5.0?


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