Re: HOW do I get Java 1.7 64-bit?

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Am 19.07.2012 10:41, schrieb Heng Su:
> Just download a jdk 1.7 from Oracle site. just extract it and config the 
> PATH is OK.
> Why you want use yum install?
> Regards.
> Su Heng

Generally speaking, using software coming from a repository configured
in yum makes it a lot easier to maintain the system and keep the
packages up to date.

It is a bad habbit, especially in an enterprise environment, to deploy
software to machines in a fashion where you hardly have an overview
which software version is being installed and without a proven method to
keep the systems updated with new versions for fixing bugs and security


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