Is there a place that I can download the JDK without the attached installer. My ultimate goal is to put the whole thing on a flash drive. I know I can just copy the files from an installation to the flash drive, but can I just download the files without worrying about an .exe trying to install everything?
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During the install process on Windows, there are also some changes made to the Registry. Not sure they are needed to run a jvm, but the install has in the past changed the OPEN command for jar files by replacing what you have with what it wants. [ July 14, 2008: Message edited by: Norm Radder ]
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I was going to write "do it on somebody else's PC" then thought better of it. But have you tried saving it on a non-Windows PC and simply unzipping the files on the USB stick?