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JohnTheGeek
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      12-24-2008
On 2008-12-24, http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Thanks to all for their advice on this thread. I'll try uninstalling
> the version I have & getting the version from Sun instead.
>
> Regards
> Richard


I would agree with that. In my HH installation, I downloaded and install Java 1.6 JDK
in /usr/local/java (after renaming the install directory to java)
set my JAVA_HOME to /usr/local/java and added $JAVA_HOME/bin to
my PATH variable (at the beginning of it) so that I know
what version of Java and the location thereof that I am using.
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