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can't install java on ubuntu

Posted on 2011-03-07
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I can't install java on my ubunut vm. I get the blue screen below when i install the jdk. I can't move past this screen by clicking enter or anything else

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Can you use the tab key to get down to the OK button?

Why are you installing a JDK as old as v1.1?
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Highlight the "OK"  (use the <Tab> key to get to it) and while it is highlighted, press the space bar.
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