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Old 01-29-2008, 05:21 PM   #1
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Cool Need to install 1.3.1 Sun JVM on RH Enterprise v 4.5

My Red Hat has Java v 1.4.2. Progress data base requires 1.3.1 SunJVM. First I'm not sure what to download, Sun website has a lot of products.
I downloaded:

First, I'm not sure if any of these should be installed or maybe it's a file with a .bin extension which I haven't found.

Second, how do I install the correct product in RH v 4.5?

Has someone here worked with Progress and knows what the correct file is?

Thank you,
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I was able to find a 1_3_1 .bin file at this address:

Thank you for your help.


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