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Harish Tiruvile
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Can any one tell me why i am getting this error when i try to create stub and skeleton using rmic command(on linux machine),same command is working fine on windows machine.So i want to know is there any other prodcedure to create skeleton & stub for Linux machine.

Here i am pasting a copy of Error which i received while trying to extecute RMIC command on linux machine

rmic RmtServer
java.lang.NullPointerException
at 0x40268de4: java.lang.Throwable.Throwable() (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4025bcaf: java.lang.Exception.Exception() (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4025f56f: java.lang.RuntimeException.RuntimeException() (/usr/lib/./libg
cj.so.3)
at 0x4025ec67: java.lang.NullPointerException.NullPointerException() (/usr/li
b/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4021b627: _Jv_ThrowNullPointerException (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x403202cb: ?? (??:0)
at 0x4031c817: gnu.java.rmi.rmic.RMIC.generateStub() (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4031b6ed: gnu.java.rmi.rmic.RMIC.processClass(java.lang.String) (/usr/li
b/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4031b644: gnu.java.rmi.rmic.RMIC.run() (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4031b507: gnu.java.rmi.rmic.RMIC.main(java.lang.String[]) (/usr/lib/./li
bgcj.so.3)
at 0x40242dd8: gnu.gcj.runtime.FirstThread.call_main() (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.
3)
at 0x402ad02d: gnu.gcj.runtime.FirstThread.run() (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4024fc4c: _Jv_ThreadRun(java.lang.Thread) (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4021c8ac: _Jv_RunMain(java.lang.Class, byte const, int, byte const, bool
ean) (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x4021c9cd: JvRunMain (/usr/lib/./libgcj.so.3)
at 0x080485a8: ?? (??:0)
at 0x42015574: __libc_start_main (/lib/tls/libc.so.6)
at 0x080484f5: ?? (??:0)
[ October 10, 2006: Message edited by: harish thrivile ]
 
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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You're not using the Sun JDK; you're using the GNU Java stuff which, although it's an admirable piece of work, is neither complete nor particularly robust.

Download and install the Sun JDK for Linux, make sure it comes first on your path, and then try again.

I'm going to move this to our Linux/UNIX forum, as I suspect there will be followup questions. C'mon over and ask them.
 
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