abril 2006

Java (the hard way).

Fedora doesn’t include a Java runtime, due to licensing problems, of course (if you want, you can send a mail to Sun asking them to open Java). There are other simpler ways of installing Java in Fedora, but here I’ll show the one I prefer, because you end up making an RPM with JDK (or JRE if you want), so you can install it easily into other machines and Java

Fedora Core 5 - Installation Notes

I’ve written a few tips and kirks of Fedora Core 5 installation as an Installation Notes, they’re at: Fedora Core 5 – Installation Notes on the right side bar. I’ll be updating them as I do more and more FC5 installations.