, that's what I wanted
I will try to get Java done in the next few days, I still have to download Java (x86) on dialup
. My first priority is to help get XP SP3 finished, my friend is doing good, almost done, about 15 or so updates added, 8 or so removed, 3 more bulletins left.
I need some clarification, just a bit confused still:
java.com is the -s version and the user that wishes the version without that has to add an +1 in the download link.
This is the download link for x86 - http://javadl.sun.co...?BundleId=49024
- are you saying to change to BundleId=49025, this will download without the -s?
but states that their version is the SE edition and not the JDK
I'm not following what you mean exactly? I downloaded the x86 version from java.com, unedited BundleId, one thing I noticed is the executable uses the java coffee cup icon (Java logo), I also downloaded the x64 version using your link, this executable has an ugly dos-like icon (like AutoPatcher), this is why I thought the download was corrupted - it's not, the hash matches. Btw, both files say binary SE!