JProbe on 4.9
desjardins at canada.com
Wed Feb 25 07:11:39 PST 2004
Ahh, I did not realize linux jdk defaults to the linux/usr directory
when browsing. Explains a lot :)
As for the hanging, I have not been able to find anything yet. There is
no messages or errors printed, it simply displays the splash screen and
nothing more. I know JPRobe has a lot of issues with jdk 1.4.2 which may
be causing the hangs. I have 1.4.2 bsd jdk and linux jdk installed. I
will have to do some digging to see if I can get a jdk 1.4.0 or 1.4.1
On Wed, 2004-02-25 at 03:36, Ernst de Haan wrote:
> > Has anyone been able to get JProbe 5 to successfully run on 4.9 (or
> > 5.x)? It installed without issue, however when I start it up and browse
> > for files it shows a very limited list of directories. For example,
> > browsing /usr I might games,bin,sbin, but not local.
> This is the result of the Linux emulation layer. If you use absolute path
> names, you can get to your files, otherwise it will show /usr/compat/linux/
> as if it was your root directory.
> > I tried switching it to use the Freebsd JDK, but when I try launching
> > jprobe, it hangs on the splash screen. I also tried pointing it to the
> > linux jdk port, however it behaves the same as the JProbe JRE.
> Using the FreeBSD JDK would be the solution. Can you find out what it is
> hanging for?
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