Re: GR: Removal of non-free
On 2004-01-03 03:27:09 +0000 Ava Arachne Jarvis
Yes. However, only the commercial JVM's (Sun's and IBM's) are
complete enough, however, or stable enough.
Is this situation likely to change if even free software projects like
Debian don't support the free software Java systems? (Assuming that
you meant only the non-free JVMs are complete enough. Being commercial
is not the same as being non-free.)
[Tomcat problems blamed on apache2]
So the problems mostly stemmed from a package in main.
Seems unlikely, as the rest worked apart from the Tomcat parts, but
possible. I don't have all the details on it, as I admitted from the
[...] You assume I don't want to help, which is a
pretty crass and unfitting assumption to make, particularly
since I've been reading and posting here and there to this thread.
Sorry, your mind-reading seems not to work on me. I made no such
assumption. Please do not be offended by things that did not happen.
Whereas you just charged into battle, quite literally, with no armor,
with your (to my mind) somewhat accusatory post.
I think you should reconsider using "quite literally" there. That is
just your (IMO inaccurate) metaphor, not reality.
I just didn't want to poke you without good reason.
No subscriber here may poke me. I'm not that sort of man.
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