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Just don't do it. JDK 1.1.8 is so incredibly old, it even predates 64 bits systems. If you HAVE to install it, install it on a 32 bits WindowsXP box. But just don't do it, it is too old, it should be left dead and buried. Whatever you think you need to install that needs this ancient software, find a better, more current solution.
And the last version in the 1.1.X line can be downloaded from the archive here:
(look for JDK 1.1)
JDK 1.1.8 is approximately 13 years old.
I would ask your Oracle representative (rather than via a forum) what they recommend you do to have a supported configuration.
We use the Sun 1.3.1_20 jre on Windows 7. Not sure if this will work in 64 bit. We see the bugs/behavior issues with the 1.4.x or higher jre's. So 1.3.1_xx is just as good as 1.1.8 JDK.
Me too facing the same problem. Can anybody have clue? If so please let me know on xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Thanks in advance
Edited by: sabre150 on Jun 26, 2012 12:21 PM
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user13404610 wrote:The original post was more than a year ago.
Me too facing the same problem.
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