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Java 1.5 for OS X 10.3 (Panther)?

 
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I have a fairly old powerbook that can't quite take the Tiger upgrade that would alow me to use the 1.5 JVM. The linux lab at my school runs an open-source JVM caled blackdown, and I'm wondering if anyone's heard anything about running a third-party java 1.5 compatible JVM on OSX 10.3.x

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Moving to the Mac OS forum...
 
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See Kathy's tip from a "little bird" in this thread.
 
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