I would like to update java on some of my servers running Solaris 9 & 10. The most common version of java on the servers is java 5. I would like to remove this older version and install java 6, even though it is fully patched. The main program that uses java 6 is NetBackup. This program is not patching their embedded java fast enough.
Hello everyone. I am new to Fedora; in fact I just installed it. I was running Ubuntu and Linux Mint on my machine for awhile, and decided I would give Fedora try. I like it a lot so far. However, I have an issue. One of the few games I play is Minecraft, and because it is coded in Java, it can run on all platforms.
Installed the latest java from their site 7-11 and am having issues getting firefox to run java apps. I've read around and found that if any pre-excisting java is on the system prior to 7-10 it has a tendancy to cause issues. So I need to scrap all of it and do a clean install of the most recent rpm. Trouble is I dont know how to remove it, Any ideas?