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From "Stephen Cottham" <>
Subject RE: Sun SDK
Date Wed, 06 Mar 2013 08:22:27 GMT
What issues are you having with the Sun Java?

Stephen Cottham
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-----Original Message-----
From: Oliver becherer [] 
Sent: 06 March 2013 08:14
Subject: Re: Sun SDK


thanks for the update - just doing a ubuntu install with OM and there are problems using the
Sun SDK, so i'll try with OpenJDK!

Am 05.03.2013 um 20:48 schrieb Alexei Fedotov:

> Hallo Smoeker,
> OpenJDK works, yet it is a bit less stable than Sun due to higher 
> memory concumption.
> 05.03.2013 23:46 пользователь "Smoeker" <> написал:
>> hi guys,
>> could you give me a hint, why the sun sdk is required   for running om
>> (not openJDK)?
>> thanks in advance!
>> cheers

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