[ILUG] JavaSDK for Linux
mccarthyjames at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 11:44:58 IST 2005
because java implementations (by ibm, blackdown, & sun) are
proprietary & the licence that theyre released under no one else is
licenced to distribute them, i believe that this has changed recently
but anyway it basically means that no one is allowed to distribute it
other than those companys for their own versions.
so if ibm has discontinued 118 (which it has) it's just no longer available.
2 options for you at this point.
1) try to find it on a p2p network like gnutella or kazaa
2)contact ibm & ask them to dig you out a cd with that version on it,
by phone is best as email would probably be ignored.
On 22/06/05, Robert Sweetnam <robert.sweetnam at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Would anybody know where I might download a copy of IBM's JDK118? I
> know this is an elderly version of Java but I need it to get Domino
> 5.0.8 on Linux up and running properly.
> It appears to be no longer available on the IBM website and searching
> using google brings up plenty of dead links.
> Best Regards
> Irish Linux Users' Group
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