OpenJDK in OpenSUSE

Earlier this week I posted how OpenJDK was knock, knock, knockin' on Lenny's door.  At that time I also mentioned how it was already in Ubuntu and Fedora.

What I failed to mention, however, and was right under my very nose was that fact that OpenJDK had already made it into OpenSUSE 11.  Thanks to MySQL Euro-community manager and former SUSE employee Lenz Grimmer, I was englightened:

openSUSE has included the Sun JDK for quite a while already. openJDK has been
added to openSUSE 11.0 as well and is part of the default distribution (the
"oss" section, while the Sun JDK is in the "non-oss" part).

Here are some links to check out: 

Pau for now...
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I look after Sun's relationships with the various GNU/Linux communities as well as our relationship with the FSF. Last year, my family and I emigrated from Silicon Valley to Austin, TX.

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