coldrick at gmail.com
Sun Jan 21 17:46:41 UTC 2007
Just remove all of the *gcj* stuff that's installed. Synaptic will tell you
if anything else would be removed (nothing, in my case with Edgy), and you
can decide whether to go ahead or not.
I've had no problems, and I use Java all the time.
On 1/21/07, Anthony Gardner <cyclewood_ltd at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Does anyone know what the implications are of removing java-gcj?
> I've installed Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build
> 1.5.0_05-b05) and I'd like to use that by default but I don;t know what,
> if anything, depends on the default java-gcj java / javac .
> Would it be possible to remove it and replace it with Sun's JDK? If so,
> does anyone know of all the packages I have to remove?
> I've seen java-gcj-compat. Do I just have to remove that?
> Basically, I'd just like to clean things up without breaking anything.
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