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Old 02-01-2006, 01:07 PM   #1
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REQ:Directions to install 64bit version of java for amd64

I just installed the 64bit version of mandriva 2006 and I'm looking for directions to install the 64bit version of java for the amd64 processors. Is there a website with those directions?
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Im assuming it will be ecxactly the same as the 32 bit version. Head over to (think thats the link), downlaod the linux 64 bit version in RPM format. Install it Then create the system links for java and javac (if your got the jdk version) to usr/bin. Then you should be away
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keep in mind that Sun's 64-bit Java does not have Java Plugin


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