To install it follow these steps:
- Download JDK 7
- Open the DMG
pkgutil --expand "/Volumes/JDK 7 Update 60/JDK 7 Update 60.pkg" "/tmp/JDK 7 Update 60.unpkg"
- Go to
/tmp/JDK 7 Update 60.unpkg
- Open the Distribution file in your favorite editor (I recommend (Sublime Text)[http://www.sublimetext.com])
- Change the function
pm_install_check()to always return
pkgutil --flatten "/tmp/JDK 7 Update 60.unpkg" "/tmp/JDK 7 Update 60.pkg
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