David Baron wrote:
> I have Sun Java1.6-se on my machine using Sun's installer.
> I have the previous OpenOffice 3 version running just fine.
> The latest-and-greatest now wants to install a Debian sunjava version. I
Probably because it depends on liblucene2-java which needs a JVM.
> certainly do not need both of them and other applications that are using the
> existing libraries may not even start if I blindly replace it.
I bet not, because the paths are different, but anyway
> I think this installation should check for preexisting Java and at least allow
> me the choice, huh?
Yes. please fix your system. The stuff really depends on *any* JVM
but your package system does not know it has one -> it installs one.
If you install stuff from somewhere else it's not the packages'
problem. In this case here, you might find equivs helpful.
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