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Old 08-18-2004, 02:05 PM   #1
namgor
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JDK 1.3.1 on RHEl v3 (64bits!)


Has anyone tried to use JDK v1.3.1 on RHEL v3 64bits? I need it to install IBM WebSphere Application Server.

Java (JRE or SDK) v1.3.1-x works well with RHEL v3 update 1, 32 bits, and I can instal DB2 , WAS, without a problem. However, I changed the OS to 64 bits and Java 1.3.1 no longer works.

Is there a work around to get v1.3.1 working on 64 bits , RHEL AS v3.1, update1 ?

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