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Thomas Fitzsimmons wrote:
While solution 3) will silence rpm's complaints, it won't
solve the fact that
vanilla jpackage-utils doesn't own /etc/java/security/security.d/. So JPackage
users will have to pay attention that applications that run on GCJ and employ
external security providers are not adversely affected.
There is too much in your email for me to process right now, but
Mandriva's jpackage-utils has co-existed peacefully with JPackage since
its inception. One just has to make sure that its release is newer than
the upstream one.
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