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batterj2
How do I remove gcj from my system? I just want to use the standard javac compiler and runner from their sdk package but gcj keeps interfering and telling that awt is some sort of alien.mad.gif

Im at the point of tearing my hair out about this so please help.
Robert83
Hi,

what is your distro?

Sincerely
Robert B
batterj2
Red Hat 9
Robert83
Hi,

well you could start by

opening up a terminal window (or console)

any type

rpm -q gcj then

rpm -e the_full_name_reported_by_rpm-q_gcj

Sincerely
Robert B
hughesjr
I think all the packages that provide gcj can be found with the command:

rpm -qa | grep -i gcc-java

you would then remove them as robert suggested...

rpm -e package_name
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