It is difficult, if not impossible, for anyone to learn a subject purely by reading about it, without applying the information to specific problems and thereby forcing himself to think about what has been read. Furthermore, we all learn best the things that we have discovered ourselves.
—DONALD KNUTH, The Art of Computer Programming
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Get rid of gcj
I always prefer Sun's Java over gcj, but with Linux you always default get the gcj. I found the following tip very useful here