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    Celebi
    Celebi

    title says it all. new here.
    i have been using antiX live on and off for a few months now.
    finally however i am installing it on my hdd.
    i love the repo list (assuming im talking about the right thing) and simplicity of antiX.
    currently i am going for a java se certification which i am doing great after my first week.
    hopefully i will have no troubles programming/compiling/running stuff on it… (does it support jdk8?..)
    also i don’t think people realize the value of having low specs- it allows you to focus on stuff.
    anywho i look forward to being friends and contributing ideas in the near future with the community here.
    peace. peace. peace.

    p.s. i left a lot of capitalization off because it just looks more uniform to me, but i do have a headache maybe it was a bad idea?..

    #6388
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    rokytnji
    rokytnji

    Howdy and Welcome. I will leave it to others to answer your jdk8 question. As far as what repos to enable to get what you wish working through synaptic package manager.

    https://wiki.debian.org/JavaPackage

    https://wiki.debian.org/Java/#JDK

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    #6487
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    jdmeaux1952
    jdmeaux1952

    Welcome & Howdy from Cajun Country down in the Bayous of Louisiana. Glad you found us.

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    dimosfire

    hello Antix friends
    I have used antix in some laptops, last eight years.
    Now I use it in asus ee pc with CPU 600MHz RAM 1GB via sdcard.
    For this linux distribution I can say only one word
    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!

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