Re: openjdk 7 backport
On Wed, 16 Nov 2011 10:39:34 +0100, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
* Cyril Lavier <email@example.com> [2011-11-14 18:56:46
As Oracle decided to stop the DLJ (Distributor Licence for Java),
Sun-Java can't be distributed by any distribution (or independant
person) in a repository.
So It can't be backported, as it's not on Testing anymore.
Can you back up that claim somehow? I still see openjdk-7 both in
testing and also in unstable, and no sign of having it removed?
You said Sun-Java (which is the non-free stuff anyway), and I can
that sun-java6 is only in squeeze, but the question was about
not about sun-java.
Yes, but I answered to Ville, who asked for sun-java.
For the DLJ stoppage, here is an article about that :
Sorry for making this thread deviate.
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