jdk-1.4.2p7 crashes with no indication of why
chuckr at chuckr.org
Mon Mar 21 14:38:25 PST 2005
Chuck Robey wrote:
> Chuck Robey wrote:
>> Daniel Eischen wrote:
>>> On Mon, 21 Mar 2005, Chuck Robey wrote:
>>>> I just tried an application, and (after adding /usr/local/jdk1.5.0/bin
>>>> to my PATH) got an error about not being able to find libjava.so. I
>>>> checked, that file does exist in /usr/local/jdk1.5.0/jre/lib/amd64, so
>>>> the jdk15 seems to be not totally installed, or I'm missing
>>>> something in
>>>> myh environment. Anyone know what that is?
>>> I've only built jdk14 for x86, so I can't offer much more than
>>> "ldd(1) is your friend" and "try fiddling with LD_LIBRARY_PATH".
>> Well, all of the libs are named in the form "libjava.so", with no
>> number at the end, which might be the reason that ldconfig -m did not
>> bring in any of those libs. Darn it.
>> Just setting an LD_LIBRARY_PATH didn't help. I suspect that these
>> libs need renaming.
> OK. I have some fixes: first. the directory is group-writeable, and that
> breaks liconfig's security, so you need to execute a chmod to fix that.
> Beyon that, I just copied libjava.so to libjava.so.0, and it's finally
> in the ldconfig cache.
I'm stuck, I can't get past the error about unable to find libjava.so.
I need help!
Is it possibly something dealing wtih CLASSPATH?
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