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I'm setting up Java EE on my Ubuntu system. I've downloaded the most recent setup for "Java EE SDK with Java 6 JDK", which is java_ee_sdk_6u2_jdk-linux.sh.
When trying to run the .sh file, it tells me that I need to have Java 6 installed because it needs access to the jar command (from the JDK). I thought the JDK 6 was included in the bundle . . . but I then need to download it separately so I can install the file that it's bundled in? Seems like a catch 22.
I mean, I'll do it, but it seems silly bundle the JDK 6 with Java EE if you have to download JDK 6 separately to run it.