I have a CentOS 5.2 32-bit machine, which I can't connect to the internet.
As Java Oracle does not seem to work, I would like to try using OpenJDK, but therefore I need to install OpenJDK first (which means that I need to download the binaries first).
On the internet, I have found several places where I can find the source code. I have also found numerous sites which mention the usage of "yum install".
However, as I don't have a connection to the internet I need to have the binaries (e.g. in a rpm package).
Does anybody know where I could find this for my system?