Which way to go finally ? -- Re: Why FC4 using the Jpackage 1.4.2 Java?
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Sun Jun 26 00:39:45 UTC 2005
--- "Ernest L. Williams Jr." <ernesto at ornl.gov> wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-06-25 at 12:55 -0400, Matthew Miller
> > On Sat, Jun 25, 2005 at 12:50:48PM -0400, Ernest
> L. Williams Jr. wrote:
> > > > Sun's Java isn't free - period. Then live with
> the Java FC4 ships with
> > > > in Core.
> > > What about the java distro from IBM? Is that
> one open-source?
> > Nope. No open source JVM currently exists.
After all these discussions, Could any one give any
suggestion on how to deal with my situation? Sun Java
1.5.0, or jpackages.org's 1.4.2...
My current situation is:
tomcat 5.0, activemq and a lot of other java stuff
are running under Sun Java 1.5 happily for quite a
while without problems, while on Java 1.4 they did
have some issues.
So if I upgrade my machine to FC4 and accept the
default jpackage.org's 1.4.2 java, it is quite
possible that my problems come back again.
Does jpackage.org have a 1.5.0 newer java released at
free section? Then I don't need to download Sun Java
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