JDK14 fails to install
mike at hyperreal.org
Fri Dec 10 13:54:20 PST 2004
Daniel Bye wrote:
> This has come up several times recently.
> The Linux Sun JDK (which is used to bootstrap the build of the native
> JDK) requires that the Linux procfs system is available. Add this to
> your /etc/fstab:
> linprocfs /compat/linux/proc linprocfs rw 0 0
> and then, as root:
> kldload linprocfs
> mount /compat/linux/proc
> You can then restart the build of the native JDK.
> FYI, this is mentioned in the linux-sun-jdk* ports' pkg-message files.
> Once the native JDK is built and installed, you can remove the Linux
> one, and you will no longer need to mount the linprocfs.
Does this also apply to the linux-blackdown-jdk* ports/packages?
I tried installing the linux-blackdown-jdk14 package last night
but I could not run the VM; it complained of a missing file in /proc.
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