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I have had them both installed at the same time.
Never bothered to remove whichever was installed first.
Just takes a bit more room.
Some apps prefer one over the other.

On Sat, Jul 16, 2011 at 9:23 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

I have just installed Mageia Linux on a couple of boxes and due to the fact
that some of the websites the owners of these boxes wish to access work best
with "sun java", I removed "java openjdk". This then led to a warning that
the "Oracle report builder" would be removed.

I then uninstalled "java openjdk" and then tried to reinstall "Oracle
report builder" without "java openjdk" which was impossible to do.

I was wondering "Oracle report builder" entirely dependent of "java
openjdk"? It doesn't look like it will work with "sun java".

I left out the report builder from these 2 boxes thinking that they would
rather want to visit their website rather than make use of report builder.

I was not sure if having two instances of java would create more problems
than just having one version.

It would be nice however, if installing "Sun java" would not remove parts
of LibreOffice.

Thanks for any feedback.



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