Problems with libkse [solved]
gbergling at 0xfce3.net
Wed Jan 28 13:26:18 PST 2004
On Wed Jan 28, 2004 at 04:07PM -0500, Daniel Eischen wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Gordon Bergling wrote:
> > On Tue Jan 27, 2004 at 07:06PM +0100, Gordon Bergling wrote:
> > > I would like to setup a stable java environment on a FreeBSD 5.2-RELEASE
> > > system. The primary goal for this is to coding java programs with
> > > eclipse. I have read all information I found on google.com and
> > > freebsd.org/java, but I don't get all answers for the questions I have.
> > > ;)
> > >
> > > I had tried the installation of jdk-1.3 but the only version I get to
> > > work was the 'linux-sun-jdk1.3'. I am a little bit confused about these
> > > many versions around. So here are the questions. :)
> > I had successfully installed a jdk1.4.2p6 without problems. I tried some
> > java programs and benchmarks. They all seems to run normal. At next I
> > installed eclipse from a recent ports-tree. If I start eclipse it
> > was starting the gui and stopped afterwards. The application was stalled without
> > getting any response from it. The output of top was a little bit confusing.
> > The java process used minimal cpu time, but the system value was nearly
> > 100 percent. So I tried 'top -S' to see if any kernel process is
> > consuming all the time, but there was nothing unusual.
> You can't mix and match libc_r, libkse, and libthr. One and
> only one library can be used. Once you start bringing other
> libraries into Java, like graphics which can bring in a
> threads library, you have to be sure that all thread
> libraries are the same.
> In short, you have to use /etc/libmap.conf to globally
> map libc_r to libkse in order to get the JDK to work
> with libkse.
Mapping globally libc_r to libkse solves my problem.
Thanks for the fast reply...
Gordon Bergling <GBergling at 0xfce3.net> http://www.0xFCE3.net/
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