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redhat: you need to register for a redhat account to download the openjdk, what's your email address

also redhat: wtf reclaim.technology is not a real domain gtfo

@djsundog ugh
agree

ok google how to be a carpenter on short notice

@djsundog maybe this helps:

blogs.oracle.com/java-platform

"If you are used to getting Oracle Java SE binaries for free, you can simply continue doing so with Oracle’s OpenJDK builds available at jdk.java.net.
(...)
From Java 11 forward, therefore, Oracle JDK builds and OpenJDK builds will be essentially identical."

@djsundog really? How do other distributions package it, then? In any case, I'll poke around and see if I can find someone who works on that.

@estebanm dunno about other distros, I needed a windows build, ended up at adoptopenjdk.net/index.html which worked fine without any gating

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