[CentOS] JRE 8.1 for CentOS6

Thu Sep 14 16:49:28 UTC 2017
Rob DeSanno <rdesanno at gmail.com>

I used to have issues with Java and our IBM IMM's but seem to have it working on my MAC using java 8 build 144 and Safari. You *may* need to add the host imm ip address to your exception site list under the java security tab, if you haven’t already.

> On Sep 14, 2017, at 12:32 PM, Larry Martell <larry.martell at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 12:26 PM, ejm <mansky at mindspring.com> wrote:
>>> When I put in http it changes it back to https
>> That's common now that everyone puts re-directs in to force everyone to use https.
>> Can you get to the Apache logs on the remote machine? They may have more info.
>> The error about Java 1.8 might be a red-herring.
>> If the remote machine uses Perl on the backend, you might try setting the shell env variable OPENSSL_PREFIX to point on your local CentOS6 box to a newer version of openssl that handles the TLS handshake. The CPAN module Net::SSLeay uses that variable (if set) to use the specified OpenSSL library.
> The remote machine is an IMM (Integrated Management Module). I can
> connect to that from a browser and then use a remote contol function
> to control the machine that is attached to the IMM. That machine will
> not boot so I want to see the console, which I usually can via this RC
> software. It worked before but yesterday I updated the firmware to fix
> another issue and that changed java requirements and now RC does not
> work.
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