Originally Posted by deelinux
Let's see. All with gcj are java compilers (gcc = gnu c compiler, gcj = ?
Then we have the openjdk-devel package in forth line. This should be the jdk development package.
fifth line is the source code of the java compiler
Sixth line is the libararies for the openjdk. Which means you have the jdk installed.
To be absolute sure do a
Checking on package name (openjdk) shows that it contains the [B]java[/ B] binary on debian.
Check if this holds true for red Hat witht rpm
rpm -ql java-1.6.0-openjdk
This should list the files inside the package. Maybe you need to fiddle with the name (or the option after -q).