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Re: help installing JRE and make it work with firefox 3, on fedora 10 x64 arch

Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Paulo Cavalcanti wrote:
>> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=474256
> Well, then it looks like what you really need is a 32-bit plugin, which can
> also be 32-bit OpenJDK, not necessarily Sun's Java.
I just hope that people do realize that OpenJDK is....

What is the OpenJDK Community?

Sun has established the OpenJDK Community for the ongoing development of
Sun's open-source implementation of Java SE. The OpenJDK Community is
where developers gather to collaborate on the open-source JDK code base
and related projects. The OpenJDK 6 and 7 Projects in which the
open-source code base lives are part of this community. Through the
OpenJDK Projects, developers can directly influence the future of the
JDK implementation, participate with their peers in an open community
and help take Java technology where it hasn't been before. Sun evolved
the earlier JDK Community, where developers worked on the source code
the two years prior to open-sourcing the JDK, into a site where Sun and
non-Sun developers alike can collaborate together on the implementation.
The OpenJDK Community can be found at http://openjdk.java.net.

> And in your situation I'd consider transfering my money to a bank which
> doesn't require proprietary software (which is what their binary .so is -
> heck, even the Java applet for that matter, but that one is at least
> portable) to access your money.
>         Kevin Kofler

What this country needs is a good five cent nickel.
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