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Default JRun4 for Mac OS + Mac OS X's Java 1.4.1

Hello you all!

 I have already upgraded to Java 1.4.1 on my system (Mac OS X 10.2.6) before installing JRun, and now I found out that it is not supported.
 As you might supose, JRun doesn't find the JVM
 Is any work around for this?
 Do I have to downgrade to 1.3.1?
 Can I have both versions running (1.4.1 and 1.3.1) in my system as good friends without confict?

 Does anybody now something about this issue?

 Thanks in advance...




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