Been staring at the strong caution about upgrading open-jdk6 for awhile. I viewed the bug reports, checked the progress of libjpeg8 going to d2 and nothing on the near horizon about a fixed open-jdk6 fix. Possibly a near-sighted viewing of the bug, I have no virtual machines on servers - so I finally hit 'Y".
Setting up openjdk-6-jre-headless:i386 (6b27-1.12.7-2) ... Installing new version of config file /etc/java-6-openjdk/security/java.security ... update-binfmts: warning: current package is openjdk-7, but binary format already installed by openjdk-6
Only development I really want to follow is Sigil, qt5 and any other software to replace iso-8859 crap poorly convolutedly coded Dist Proof software with utf8 compliant replacements that Dist Proof Canada can use for less moldy books (life + 50).
If anyone wants to tell me, you really should have waited, that is fine. If there are things I should do to deprecate jdk6 to favour jdk7 I have googled a little over it, jclouds and such come up
But in the end.
Last edited by paxmark1 (2013-12-08 22:17:50)
Jean Vanier wrote "Being Human" and "A Short History of Progress" by Ronald Wright. Gotta love the Massey Lectures.