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Re: java again really



Antonio Olivares wrote:
   I would like to know what a jpackage is. It is a project to do
what?
Showing my lack of understanding on something important to java I
 expect.
Karl


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Why should you use Jpackage?/What is Jpackage?
http://weblogs.java.net/blog/flozano/archive/2005/12/if_you_use_linu.html


Regards,

Antonio



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Hi and thank you. Well it didn't go into detail but it appears the Jpackage is a rpm made from the Sun Inc. package. But it somehow looses it's ownership by Sun Inc. I guess this is a tricky thing to do.

Looking at F8 there is a rpm for F8 that includes the current built-in Java. For some reason there is a need for iced-tea. This is not part of that writing.

But it does not seem to work as well as installing the jre from the Sun web site and say yes to their demands :-)
Karl

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