blchupin at iinet.net.au
Fri Oct 22 00:48:02 UTC 2010
On 22/10/2010 11:32, Calcpage wrote:
> Hello Fine LUG Members,
> I just had a server crash and burn after running 24x7 for 10 years in
> the middle of my Computer Science class. So, as a temporary fix, I
> took a Student Station that already had the 64bit Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop
> Edition running and quickly installed openssh-server and setup new ssh
> Then I find that jdk is not installed So, I tried installing
> openjdk-6-jdk only to get an error message about the file was not found.
> Then I went ubuntu.packages.com to search for this file and was
> directed to secure.ubuntu.com/ubuntu to the directory pool/main/o/
> openjdk but the file would not download.
> So, what am I doing wrong? Please help!
I am only guessing here but it seems that you are trying to install
manually rather than using the Synaptic Package Manager. Although I am
running 32-bit system I can see the sun-java jdk sitting in Synaptic
waiting to be installed. Why not check that all the right Sources are
selected (System>Administration>Sources) and then let Synaptic install jdk?
After two days in hospital, I took a turn for the nurse.
W C Fields
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