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Linux Java JDK 1.5_22?

Tejas Jain
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Is there a Java JDK Linux release v. 1.5_22? I could not find it on SUN's website. Is this the same as JDK 1.5.0_22?


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Rob Spoor
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It is, but why would you want that out-dated version? Java is currently at 6u18 which is roughly the same as 1.6.0_18.


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Tejas Jain
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It is not me. GoDaddy.com is out of date.
David Newton
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There is no 1.5_22 (at least not officially); it would need to be 1.5.0_22 if anything.
Matt Cartwright
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available, but not shown are:
jdk-1_5_0_22-linux-amd64.bin
jdk-1_5_0_22-linux-amd64-rpm.bin
jdk-1_5_0_22-linux-i586-rpm.bin

if you really want an out-dated version, go to the
SUN Java download site, click on "previous versions",
fill in the form and you will be sent a link for download.
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David Newton
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No reason to fill out a form for most archived versions (doesn't include _22 I think):

http://java.sun.com/products/archive/
Matt Cartwright
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alright, but doesn't include 1.5.0 update 22
David Newton
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Already edited. But it's also unlikely that the exact version is *really* necessary, unless they're attempting to isolate a JDK release-specific bug.
Matt Cartwright
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well, for me it most likely matters because I am doing a lot of WebLogic stuff,
if it ain't that specific update, the customer doesn't run a supported platform,
paying all the money for nothing
David Newton
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Having worked in several WebLogic houses I'd say it's a lot of money for nothing anyway.
 
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