On Thu., Feb. 13, 2020, 15:12 ToddAndMargo via users, <
A customer with one of those $$$$ custom programs is getting
a pop up
telling him he is going to have to start paying for Java.
The software vendor have an update to switch from Java
to Open Java, but the vendor's QC is horrendous and
the customer does not want to spend the money, which
is considerable, and have things come out worse. He
has been down that path before.
Is there a way to just freeze the Java version at
what he has?
And will it affect updating to Fedora 31 or future
Fedora updates after that?
That popup only applies to Oracle JDK. If your customer is using it, they
must be using Oracle JDK. They can choose to disable updating it; that
action is unrelated to Fedora, which does not distribute Oracle JDK.
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