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Re: JAva 1.4

Arash Bijanzadeh <a.bijanzadeh@chaparshabdiz.com> wrote:

> Is there any j2sdk-1.4 availble for Debian ?

# From: Stephen Zander <gibreel@debian.org>
Right now, you can't.  Once I finish packaging GGZ I'll update the
Blackdown mirrors with 1.4 debs unless Juergen beats me to it.

# From: Hubert Schmid <hubert.schmid@stud.uka.de>
Due to license problems, Sun's Java 2 SDK is not available in Debian. See
the Debian Java FAQ (/usr/share/doc/java-common/debian-java-faq) for more

You can download and install a J2SDK in /usr/local and use equivs to
resolve dependences with dummy packages (see
/usr/share/doc/java-common/dummy-packages).  But I recommend using a
Debian package, because there are some problems (man pages, mozilla
plugins, alternatives, dependences, installation on several computers,
upgrade, removal, ...).

I have written a simple shell script (mpkg-j2sdk) that creates a Debian
package from a binary archive. It is available at
http://www.stud.uni-karlsruhe.de/~ude2/debian/. It should work with all
J2SDKs from Sun and Blackdown. Download the preferred (self-extracting)
binary, go to /tmp and execute "mpkg-j2sdk /path/to/archive" and it
creates a Debian package in the current directory.

Warning: The script is currently not well tested.


There is a thread here:

-- arnaud :: http://vbstefi60.fapse.ulg.ac.be/~arnaud/
Notre but n'est pas, comme vous l'écrivez, de vous écraser comme une
merde, mais de recevoir le montant exact de vos impôts.
(Papiers officiels des impôts...)

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