FreeBSD/amd64: is Linux 32-bit or 64-bit?
ohartman at mail.uni-mainz.de
Sun Dec 11 12:35:01 PST 2005
>On Sunday 11 December 2005 17:59, O. Hartmann wrote:
>>Since summer this year I try compiling a working 64-bit capable JAVA
>>environment! I had never luck with FBSD 6.0-RELEASE, but with one of the
>>following 6.0-STABLEs. No clue why. These days I did a portupgrade and
>>my jdk15 died again, impossible to compile it again. Installing
>>Linuxulator and linux-jdk14 for bootstrapping purposes works fine, but
>>jdk15 dies: some java vm errors occur. No chance.
>>JAVA is very important these days and the lack of a working java
>>environment is harsh.
>even if java1.4 and 1.5 of any kind (jdk, linux-jdk ...) installs smooth it is
>not working properly on i386 as plugin, does not matter if on 4.11, 5.4, 6.0
>R and Stable, does not matter if Gnome or Kde and Konqueror, Firefox or any
>other Mozilla. I compiled and configured my PCs to death ... no chance.
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I had same problems with my i386 box at my lab. I took many attempts
before jdk15 compiled correct. No chance with 6.0-RELEASE, but then with
6.0-STABLE. I it very strange.
On this i386 platform, jdk15 works fine, I also installed/compiled
ECLIPSE successfully and have a FireFox 1.0.X-plugin!
On AMD64, ther's noc chance obtaining a working jdk15 environment!
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