Program to download transactions from bank websites

From: James Nylen 
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I've written a program to... you guessed it... download transactions and
balances from bank websites.  Most of the bank websites I have seen are
just atrocious in terms of code and design, and I wanted a system to unify
my accounts.

Here's the code and documentation:

https://github.com/nylen/node-banker

I'd like to start releasing more software, so what are some good ways to
publicize your work?

I use this program with GnuCash (free accounting software) and a GnuCash
web interface that I wrote:

https://github.com/nylen/gnucash-django

This combination doesn't do everything I want, but it is still really
useful to me.  If you find any of this useful, great - please use it and
post issues to GitHub.

The transaction downloader is written in Node.js, which I like anyway, but
it's a practical choice too since a lot of these bank websites require
JavaScript to function properly.  So I think this code is also a decent
example of how to scrape pages using a headless browser.

Fwd: Great Ruby on Rails Architect Opportunity in Nashville, TN

From: David White 
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If you apply, make sure to drop my name so I can get that iPad!!!

Still don't have one of them toys!
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From: "Kevin Witthuhn" 
Date: Mar 20, 2014 11:34 PM
Subject: Great Ruby on Rails Architect Opportunity in Nashville, TN
To: "DavidWhite" 
Cc:

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Fwd: Modis.NET

From: Dan Lyke 
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This may actually have come across here already, I haven't been watching
the Chattanooga job postings too closely, but I know some of y'all can get
through notYET code...

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Standifer, Joshua 
Date: Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 8:16 AM
Subject: Modis.NET
To: "danlyke@flutterby.com" 


Dan,



Thanks for taking my call and offering to pass this info along. Below
you'll find the positions that I currently have open. Thanks again!



*CHOICE DATA: Contract to Hire *

Advanced ASP .Net MVC developer, must at least worked on  ASP .Net MVC
projects 3 years and above.

Excellent knowledge and skills with web development tools in C#,
Javascript, HTML, CSS, JSON, AJAX

Excellent knowledge and skills in LINQ ,  .Net 2.0/3.5/4.0/4.5

Excellent knowledge and skills in SQL Server 2005/2008

Good knowledge and experience in C, C++.

Good knowledge and experience in Java is a plus.

Dependable, team oriented, can take on project/task independently



Primary focus: Web services and SQL Server. Experience with security issues
and database maintenance tasks/plans a huge plus. Experience with
encryption routines and replication required. General Definition
Web/Software Developer requires technically strong candidate with expertise
in enterprise-wide application architectures. Candidate should be well
versed in web applications and Microsoft technologies. This position
additionally requires a wide variety of programming bkground, and a strong
programming discipline and database programming knowledge. This job
requires a team player that will be able to work with or lead other
developers and be involved with new application development and
enhancements to existing applications and also assist with maintenance and
support of issues and bug fixes. This position also requires
adherence/familiarity to project delivery lifecycle steps - requirements,
functional design, coding, unit and system testing, user acceptance and
implementation. Responsibilities * Develop technical designs, using text,
use cases, component, sequence, and class diagrams * Build stable,
flexible, enterprise applications that are maintainable * Demonstrate
knowledge of transaction processing and implementation of object-oriented
environment * Define, design and implement enterprise architectures,
technology standards, good coding practices, and quality standards *
Demonstrate expertise in administration and maintenance of IIS Web sites *
Demonstrate ability to create prototypes * Development of specifications
and estimates for intranet applications * Work with team members and users
to analyze and document business requirements * Foster teamwork and a
spirit of collaboration Skills * Exposure to developing Active Server Pages
and ASP.NET, VB.NET, C#, VB/JavaScript, XML and HTML applications *
exposure to developing web-based, n-tier applications using Microsoft
Transaction Server (MTS), Component Server, SQL Server, and Internet
Information Server (IIS) * Knowledge of database architectures, T-SQL and
stored procedures in MS SQL Server 2000 * Experience in ASP with an
in-depth knowledge of .NET framework * Experience working in data modeling
and ERD tools * Experience in XML Web based services and COM/COM+ *
Experience with Active Reports and SQL Reporting Services * Proven ability
to carry a large development task from concept to completion * A BS in
computer science or equivalent experience * Excellent written and oral
communication skills * Works well in a team environment
------------------------------

   1.
*TVA: C# ASP.Net Developer Chattanooga, TN *I year contract with the
   possibility of extension *(REMOTE WORK WITH IN OFFICE VISITS POSSIBLE
   OPTION) *

 The contracts could last between 6-18 months and there is the potential
for converting to a full time employee. TVA is a well-respected employer
within our market!  *The right fit is key!*

-          .NET experience - Specifically, ASP.Net
-          Web page development experience

o        JavaScript
o        JQuery
o        CSS
o        HTML

-          SQL Server knowledge, 200/2005/2008

-          We are also looking for someone with the right attitude to come
in and be excited to solve problems.  We want people who are eager and able
to troubleshoot and look for ways to improve existing systems

Analyzes business or scientific system delivery specifications or purchased
software and develops the technical design. Develops and tests the
application software and implements it for use in a configuration managed
environment. Acts as a source of direction, training, and guidance for less
experienced Analysts. Position leads development efforts for complex and
technical systems. Requires advanced knowledge of Information Technology
and someone who serves as a technical expert. Must be able and willing to
assume on-call rotational assignments which may include 24 hour on 7-day
per week availability. Additionally must be willing and able to travel to
carry out project work.

Development of the technical design includes:
* Establish and design technical framework for system
* Design System components including user interfaces
* Design data conversion requirements
* Define operational requirements including scheduling, capacity planning
and resource requirements
* Define test environment including development of test cases

Responsible for the development and testing which includes:
* Generation of executable code based on accepted programming standards
* Unit testing of executable code
* Integration testing of executable code
* Develop operational procedures
* Follows change control procedures and quality assurance standards
* Verification that system meets all business requirements, including
reliability and process volumes
* Receive approval from user that system is ready for production and
prepares associated documents for production release

Job Modifier
Utilizes client-based or web development tools to develop solutions for a
variety of complex and difficult problems or systems.
List of additional technologies in their environment NOT REQUIRED
The technologies and techniques that we use here are:

-          WCF
o   SOAP
o   REST

-          ASP.NET
-          LINQ
-          C#
-          Entity Framework
-          ASP.NET MVC3
-          SQL Server 2008

o   SSIS
o   SSRS
o   SSAS

-          Business Intelligence

o   We're trying to get into this more... .we want to build some cubes and
change the way we store data, but we need people!
o   Star Schemas
o   Data Cubes

-          Windows Services
-          High Availability Clustering
-          Telerik third-party control sets for Silverlight and ASP.NET
-          Silverlight
-          Tibco Enterprise Service Bus and web services


*------------------------------*

*2. TVA Programmer Analyst Chattanooga, *

I year contract with the possibility of extension *(REMOTE WORK WITH IN
OFFICE VISITS A POSSIBLE OPTION)*

THIS IS THE ENTRY LEVEL FOR PROGRAMMER ANALYSTS. BASED ON DEFINED
SPECIFICATIONS PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING: DEVELOPS EXECUTABLE CODE USING
ADOPTED PROGRAMMING STANDARDS PREPARES TEST DATA UNIT TESTS CODE DOCUMENTS
PROGRAMS FOLLOWS CHANGE CONTROL PROCEDURES UTILIZES CLIENT/SERVER AND/OR
WEB DEVELOPMENT TOOLS TO DEVELOP SOLUTIONS FOR A VARIETY OF MODERATE TO
WELL DEFINED BUSINESS PROBLEMS, OR SEGMENTS OF MODERATELY DEFINED, BUT
COMPLEX AND DIFFICULT PROBLEMS OR SYSTEMS. BS OR BA DEGREE IN COMPUTER
SCIENCE, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OR RELATED FIELD OR EQUIVALENT IS
REQUIRED. SOFT SKILL SET INCLUDES TEAM BUILDING AND LISTENING. KNOWS
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS, PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES RELATED TO APPLICATION
DEVELOPMENT MUST BE KNOWLEDGEABLE OF AND HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH 1 OR MORE OF
THE LANGUAGES AND OS LISTED ABOVE. MAY REQUIRE 24-HOURS-A-DAY,
7-DAYS-A-WEEK AVAILABILITY VIA A BEEPER OR OTHER COMMUNICATION MECHANISMS.
TRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO CARRY OUT PROJECT WORK.





Thanks,


*Joshua Standifer*
Talent Sourcer

*Modis*

633 Chestnut Street ST1350
Chattanooga, TN 37450

T: 423-763-4084
C:865-307-4193
joshua.standifer@modis.com
[image: Signature Logo]
Proud Sponsor of the U.S. Olympic Team.

Dell iDRAC Bootcapture Video

From: Eric Wolf 
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Anyone have any idea how convert the proprietary video files that Dell's
iDRAC (enterprise license) creates on each boot?

I managed to cobble together a script to automate downloading the video but
you have to use a Java player that Dell provides to view the video. The
player lacks the ability to fast-forward, rewind or skip to a point in the
middle of the video).

I've tried the obvious (mediainfo and various video file repair tools).

-Eric

-=--=---=----=----=---=--=-=--=---=----=---=--=-=-
Eric B. Wolf                           720-334-7734

Need some help troubleshooting Cassandra DB lockups

From: Lynn Dixon 
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Hello all.
I have a machine that is running a Cassandra DB in a cluster of 4 pretty
beefy machines.  Occasionally we have one or two nodes in the cluster that
will just go wonky and compeltely lock the machine up.  It looks so badly,
that the console is damn near unrepsonsive.  There will be high Load times,
but very little CPU activity.  Cassandra is running via java.

Here is an output from strace of java PID that is running Cassandra:
http://pastebin.com/D2r3CeDx

I know very little about Cassandra, and the folks that wrote the custom
appliation that uses this DB seems to know very little about
troubleshooting Cassandra.

Is there anyone out there on the LUG that is familiar that would mind
helping me?

Thanks!
Lynn

Software Engineer openings in NYC (revised)

From: Dee Holtsclaw 
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Bloomberg is looking to expand the programming staff in SSEOMS and STEP
here in New York.

The full job posting information is available at:
http://jobs.bloomberg.com/job/New-York-Trading-Systems-CC%2B%2B-Experienced-Software-Developer-Job-NY/21141500/

I started as a contractor in September 2012 and accepted a full-time
position several months ago. Besides C++, we use SQL, a lot of
Javascript for UI and a smattering of Python, Perl and shell scripts.
The benefits are incredible and employees are treated VERY well. The
downside is you have to live in NYC. Please feel free to drop me a line
off-list for more information or just to shoot-the-shit.

=?utf-8?b?4pSM4oip4pSQICBKQVZBIFN3YXAgRGVhdGg=?=

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

Mike:
>> Ok, forget the nice things I said about the Oracle MySQL Enterprise 
>> On a RHEL system doing NOTHING else... with 2 dual-cores and 16gb of ram...
>> It hit swap death in < 24 hours since a reboot.

Wizard Flushy:

> java is not some magical beast that consumes random memory.

Java itself.. maybe not. I installed a binary installer that included 
Tomcat and lots of other goodies, Today it's offline and corrupted
enough that my official email from Oracle support reccomends a reinstall
of the package after deleting /opt/mysql/enterprise/...
I did.. today it ran well, so far..

> Here are some of my examples:

Awsome Examples. Laughing.. but you know what you are doing, I was just 
trying to use the tool.

> TL;DR: It's not java.. it's the app's code or the implementer ;-)

In this case, I'll take > 50% of the blame.. but it shouldn't have killed 
a "nice" machine.





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From: flushy@flushy.net
------------------------------------------------------
Quoting Mike Harrison :

> Ok, forget the nice things I said about the Oracle MySQL Enterprise Monitor.
> On a RHEL system doing NOTHING else... with 2 dual-cores and 16gb of ram...
> It hit swap death in < 24 hours since a reboot.

java is not some magical beast that consumes random memory.

The JVM is actually very structured and controlled in how much memory  
it consumes. You define it via some start up parameter. By default,  
with no arguments, it should be 128Megs of Heap. In practice, that's  
never enough for most non-trivial applications.

If you have 16GB in your machine, you should NEVER tell java to use  
16GB of heap. You'll just kill your machine. You need to answer  
several questions:

1) how much Heap/PermGen does your app require?
2) how much RAM does your regular user apps require?
3) how much RAM does your OS require?
4) how much RAM does your machine have?

So, you take:

$Left

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From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------


Ok, forget the nice things I said about the Oracle MySQL Enterprise Monitor.

On a RHEL system doing NOTHING else... with 2 dual-cores and 16gb of 
ram...

It hit swap death in < 24 hours since a reboot.

You might be able to see:
┌∩┐(◣

MySQL Tuning... With Oracle/Java MySQL Enterprise Monitor

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

Ed and other heavy MySQL/Maria users..

Dispite that it installs Java, and therefor I probably won't run it all 
the time... (added some server load as well as just being Java) I've been 
playing with the Oracle MySQL Enterprise Monitor (and the Agents you 
install on each SQL server) and learned some things about MySQL tuning 
from it, it actually has some very informative helpful information in it. 
More useful instructions that the MySQL Website (which is pretty good).

Summary: Works best if you install the monitoring agent on each server,
and then install the monitoring server on a seperate system, The Agents 
connect back to the server. They even use SSL connections, you should
be able to run the monitor in your office for systems in colo with some 
firewall rules. It recognized the multi-master slave configs and even a 
second MySQL instance (on strange ports) running on the servers.
It gives advice about user perms/security configs as well as table cache 
and settings for InnoDB writes and such.. Including when doing something 
for a performance increase breaks ACID compliance. While it installs and 
uses MySQL 5.6 and Java, the Agents will work with 5.1 and above,
in my case right now it's looking at two 5.1 servers on Redhat, a 5.5 
server on Ubuntu and three 5.6 servers on Redhat.. across 4 systems on two 
physically separated networks. If you are careful, setting up multiple 
MySQL instances is not that hard..

Worth playing with, and going through the Oracle signup process to get a 
copy to evaluate. Of course.. They'd like you to pay for it for production 
long term use, and I'd have to say it could save you enough headaches it 
would be worth it.

And it has awesome pretty dashboard/charts for the pointy haired types..
as well as useful screen candy for DBA/SysAdmin types.









First Church of FOSS.

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------
On Thu, 24 Oct 2013, Stephen Kraus wrote:
> He's a warlock.

Flushy was a Warlock grade Wizard 20 years ago... but focused (as far as I 
know) on the nobler more sociably responsible uses of his powers.
I don't even think his constant use of Java has turned him to the dark 
side. (Yet).

I have no idea what secret powerful incantations he can muster nowadays, 
in what arcane languages. But I hope for the sake of humanity, he uses 
those powers for good.

-------------------------

As a community: Hackers/Makers/Doers/Wizards/Geeks/Builders/Etc.. 
inclusively; if we develop a new vernacular and verbage for ourselves, our 
wonderful clueless government will just create a new category for our 
potentially subversive and dangerous group.

It all depends on how they spin it.

Perhaps, we need to assume identies within a different sub-culture and 
subvert it? Anyone want to admit that they are a Brony?

But I really think forming a religion might be the answer, we have some 
prophets: Torvalds, Stallman, Cox.. and sacrements should include 
encryption, compiling code, and creating divine objects as inspired by 
God (3d printer optional, but required for certain observances of the 
gospel. Same for machine shops, soldering irons and voyages of discovery 
(taking things apart to see how they work).

The First Church of FOSS anyone? I think Gary has experience being a 
Cardinal and looks good in red (especially with heels on: there are 
pictures) and I already have some white robes (ala Burning Man) and would love to be Bishop..
I like the pointy hats (sans mask). But as a pudgy bald guy, I let off 
Buddha vibes.

First prayer:

Let us Configure.
Make Clean.  (chant; Our souls are clean)
Make         (chant: Compile as commanded, Lord..)
Make Test.   (chant: We have been tested and found pure) 
Make Install. (chant: Place us along the righteous paths you have given us)
Let us pray while invoking the commands the lord has given us.
(chant: Life is given, It lives. Amen.)


---------
I'm in Guyana S. America rigt now, I feel the urge to build a compound.. .
Kool Aid anyone ?  --Mike--













Shaw (Dalton) looking for Java Developers and more..

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

Job postings, Linux-ish.

https://www.shawfloors.jobs/professional.aspx

https://shaw.taleo.net/careersection/professional/jobdetail.ftl?job=60326

Looks like Shaw is gearing back up in Dalton and looking for Java talent
and some general IT people.

https://shaw.taleo.net/careersection/professional/jobdetail.ftl?job=60727

Also a web developer....





noogaJS - Chattanooga JavaScript Community

From: Sean Brewer 
------------------------------------------------------
And they have cool stickers


On Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 10:16 AM, Andrew Pierce  wrote:

> If you were at Code & Creativity (I know Mike H. was) or DevLink this
> week, you may have heard about a new User Group starting up here focused on
> JavaScript. Brian Hooper and I are starting this group up and I wanted to
> extend an invitation to everyone here on CHUGALUG.
>
> Love it or hate it, JavaScript is hot. And that's a huge understatement.
> If you're doing web development, you're probably dealing with some
> JavaScript no matter what's on your back end, PHP, Ruby, C# (yuck), or
> whatever. We want to help bring JavaScript developers together for
> learning, networking, and eating lots of pizza.
>
> We have speakers lined up for the rest of the year and we really hope to
> see you there. Our web site is http://noogajs.org and you can follow us
> on Twitter at http://twitter.com/noogajs.
>
> The first meeting will be at Unum on September 24, 2013. Pizzas (and you)
> should show up at 5:30pm and the speaker, Jim Cowart, will begin his
> presentation at 6:00.
>
> Beginning in October, we will be moving the meetings over to the 4th Floor
> of the downtown library where Dan Eveland and company are doing some
> awesome things.
>
> The plan is for the meetings to be held the 4th Tuesday of every month
> with the exception of November and December when we'll back them up a week
> due to the holidays.
>
> I'd really love to see as many as can make it at the meetings and
> participating. If you'd like to present, we are working on filling the 2014
> calendar so you've got time to get something together.
>
> Thanks!
> Andrew
>
>
> 

noogaJS - Chattanooga JavaScript Community

From: Andrew Pierce 
------------------------------------------------------
If you were at Code & Creativity (I know Mike H. was) or DevLink this week,
you may have heard about a new User Group starting up here focused on
JavaScript. Brian Hooper and I are starting this group up and I wanted to
extend an invitation to everyone here on CHUGALUG.

Love it or hate it, JavaScript is hot. And that's a huge understatement. If
you're doing web development, you're probably dealing with some JavaScript
no matter what's on your back end, PHP, Ruby, C# (yuck), or whatever. We
want to help bring JavaScript developers together for learning, networking,
and eating lots of pizza.

We have speakers lined up for the rest of the year and we really hope to
see you there. Our web site is http://noogajs.org and you can follow us on
Twitter at http://twitter.com/noogajs.

The first meeting will be at Unum on September 24, 2013. Pizzas (and you)
should show up at 5:30pm and the speaker, Jim Cowart, will begin his
presentation at 6:00.

Beginning in October, we will be moving the meetings over to the 4th Floor
of the downtown library where Dan Eveland and company are doing some
awesome things.

The plan is for the meetings to be held the 4th Tuesday of every month with
the exception of November and December when we'll back them up a week due
to the holidays.

I'd really love to see as many as can make it at the meetings and
participating. If you'd like to present, we are working on filling the 2014
calendar so you've got time to get something together.

Thanks!
Andrew

StartSSL.com Rocks - Thanks Wes

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

Back in June, Wes mentioned StartSSL  http://www.startssl.com 
as an alternative to the big SSL providers, with a very different 
methodology, but good SSL certs for Apache, Linux
(and probably everything else).

Wow, what a difference. First, ignore that their website is a little dated 
looking and not over-designed with bullshit adverts and add-ons. Their 
founder Eddy Nigg is a nut, but the right kind of nut.

You get started by creating and SSL Client cert that gets installed iin 
your browser which acts as your "key" to your account and then go through 
steps to verify an email address or two. The typical: they send you a 
token, you paste it back into the website type of things.

Then it gets interesting, if you want "Class 2" verification, which allows 
you to create "Class 2" SSL Certificates, which are standard SSL 
Certificates used for normal web SSL encryption, you have to get 
confirmed that you are who you say you are. This required me to swallow 
hard because they wanted scans of my Passport and Drivers License.
I checked them out for a few days online, no scam complaints... crazy 
nutcases saying they trusted them... so I did it. An actual human sent 
emails asking for a scan of a phone bill with my address on it.
I'm prepaid with T-Mobile, which works for me and I don't get bills.
They didn't accept the screen shots of my T-Mobile account.

This led to a couple more actual human clueful emails and they ended up 
sending me, via registered mail, from Israel, a letter with a token in it
for address verification. This took a few days to receive, but I was 
impressed that they were going through such steps.

Since then, I've issued wildcard and host specific SSL certs for 3 
domains, including https://www.geeklabs.com (if you want to check out the SSL Cert)

I've paid them $59.90 USD so far. I feel guilty. I'm used to paying much 
more to entities that have much less of a clue who is behind the 
certificate request. That actual intelligent humans responded to emails 
had me spinning my head around. Hence this writeup. I hope ya'll consider 
them for your needs also.

So far, everything I have thrown at them seems to work well. PHP, Curl, 
even Java..(Gasp!)

We are starting the process for the Extended Validation Certs. They want a 
lot of paperwork/proof for these, but they are less than $200 for 
something Verisign dumps you into a pricing wizard to calculate a 4+ digit 
number for, and probably has less idea who is behind the certificate. 
Important step for something taking payments for utilities.

Issues:

Firefox does a database lookup on SSL Certs that may take a hours to a day 
to recognize a freshly issued/installed SSL Certificate that Chrome, 
Safari and MSIE do not do by default. I'm suggesting that if this is 
critical is to issue the SSL Cert on the system, but not install it for a 
few hours. It works great once it is in the "OCSP" system.

devLink

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

http://www.devlink.net/

http://www.devlink.net/tickets

the basic JavaScript and more advanced pre-conference workshops
should be interesting.

Warning to FOSS/Open Standard Nuts: While it looks like this devLink
is more FOSS friendly than past ones, the vendors and presenters will
be very M$-perspectived, even when talking about MongoDB, Boostrap CSS, 
iOS Apps..

Excellent price and recruiter heavy event..


Best Java for Linux, browser app - Solved, Kinda

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

On Thu, 25 Jul 2013, Eric Wolf wrote:
> I have Oracle Java 6 everywhere because the stupid Dell iDRAC and SonicWall NetExtender don't seem to like anything else.


IcedTea version 7, on Chromium, worked well enough to get me an 
intelligent error, once I manually downloaded the .jar from the system
so it could get it within the timeout.. It seemes to be a
Linux

Best Java for Linux, browser app

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

Sigh, I haven't needed Java in a long time (REJOICE!)

But I have a specific web based KVM (Key Video Mouse)
from a 3-4 year old server (Intel Modular Server)
that I need to use Java in Firefox or Chrome (FF Preferably)
to run the remote KVM so I can remotely install an OS and
do some maintenance.

I'm running Bodhi/Ubuntu on the system I need to access this from,
and my past tells me I don't want to install multiple version of Java
as they don't play well or remove easily/cleanly.

Anyone know what the best option is with the idea I might get it right the 
first time?

ie: java.com  download or:  apt-get install java-common and friends..





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Mike Harrison   bogon@geeklabs.com  cell: 423.605.6943