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when I execute javac of jdk 102 the screen shows de next
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error: I/O error in sun.tools.zip.ZipEntry@ee199bb8.
            What is wrong?
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 It could be possible that your classes.zip file is corrupted.  Are you able to easily re-install the JDK?  Alternatively, can you copy the classes.zip (in the JDK lib directory) to a scratch directory, and unzip it there (a good Unix unzip tool is InfoZip)?  If the unzip fails then it's definitely the classes.zip that is the problem.
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It could be possible that your classes.zip file is corrupted.  Are you able to easily re-install the JDK?  Alternatively, can you copy the classes.zip (in the JDK lib directory) to a scratch directory, and unzip it there (a good Unix unzip tool is InfoZip)?  If the unzip fails then it's definitely the classes.zip that is the problem.
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