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Ariffin Ahmad
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i customized my own linux file system and using kernel 2.6.7.
i have j2re1.4.2_05 installed.
the problem is, everytime i try to run any java application,
i will get 'Killed' message and the application got terminated.
i've tried run '/j2re1.4.2_05/bin/java' alone and it show all the java option.
but, i still got 'Killed' message at the end.

but, when if i use the same file system, with different kernel, 2.4.20, the java application seems to be working fine..
i dont think kernel 2.6.7 doesnt support jre, since my desktop are running FC3 Test 1, which using kernel 2.6.7.
and i dont think i miss any required linux libraries, since i use the same file system for both kernel.
i do suspect it is something to do with kernel 2.6.7 pre-compiled configuration .

any idea?....
 
Tim Holloway
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it's always a good idea if you can capture the actual console output for problems like that. Sometimes paraphrasing loses important clues.

However, I've got a server running a minimal install of the Fedora Core 3 test kernel (v91 or 92) and jdk 1.4.2_03 (from the Sun RPM) with no problems.

Most likely a gcc v2/gcc v3 compatability issue, I'd suspect.
 
Stefan Wagner
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I use the same j2sdk on 2.6.8.1 (and used it with 2.6.7 too), which I used with 2.4.23 with no problems.

But what does it mean
I customized my own linux file system
?
 
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