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Hi All - Anyone got this combo running? Any problems?
I had to change the default VM type to 'classic' from 'client' ($JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/jvm.cfg).
With 'client' as the VM type, I can compile programs, but any attempt to run results in a 'hang'.
Anyone else seen this?
If not, any thoughts?
Thanks, Guy
 
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Nope, I haven't had any problems. Except I was getting some wierd compile time errors, that had nothing to do with my program (such as an error on a line of code that didn't even exist). However, it was my mistake why it was doing it in the first place, it's because I created some wierd symbolic links, but seems to be working fine now.
 
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Are you using the rpm or the tar.gz file. I have compiled the tar.gz file on Redhat 7.1 and on Mandrake 8.0 with no problems. I have not tried the rpm.bin one.
 
Guy Allard
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The rpm file. It's been a while, but my recollection is I just did a normal rpm install with no errors.
Guy
 
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I would try using the tar.gz file and compile it to your system. This would probably be the sane way.
 
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