"Presently, you download your copy of Ubuntu and your Java
application server from different locations. Also, there is no
formal support for Java in the hand-selected list of components
that comprise the main part of Ubuntu. Both facts make it harder
for corporates to use Ubuntu in mission-critical, business
""There's a separation between the distro and the Java," Clark
said. "You install the Java that comes with [IBM's] WebSphere or
[BEA/Oracle's] WebLogic. Wouldn't it be nice to supply one package
that comes fully supported?""
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