jdk1.1.3 and RH5 == core dump ?

jdk1.1.3 and RH5 == core dump ?

Post by Antonio Martinho Toste Pire » Mon, 09 Feb 1998 04:00:00



Hi there... i installed jdk1.1.3 on my RH5... the installation problem
goes well ... but when i try to exec java or javac i get core dumps !!

        anyone got some ideas about this !!!!

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jdk1.1.3 and RH5 == core dump ?

Post by David M. Co » Tue, 10 Feb 1998 04:00:00


On Sun, 8 Feb 1998 00:40:10 +0000, Antonio Martinho Toste Pires


>Hi there... i installed jdk1.1.3 on my RH5... the installation problem
>goes well ... but when i try to exec java or javac i get core dumps !!

You could try the glibc2 port of jdk 1.1.5.  This requires X bins with
locale support (which Redhat doesn't include for some reason).  See

http://www.w3com.com/paulcho/javalinux/

Dave Cook

 
 
 

jdk1.1.3 and RH5 == core dump ?

Post by Alan McGuinne » Wed, 11 Feb 1998 04:00:00



Quote:>Hi there... i installed jdk1.1.3 on my RH5... the installation problem
>goes well ... but when i try to exec java or javac i get core dumps !!
>    anyone got some ideas about this !!!!
>                            thsnks
>                                    tony Pires

I had the same problem. You should have a look at the RedHat 5.0
errata. It says that most libc5 apps have trouble running and that
you should upgrade to a newer version of ld.so.blah

Anyway, I did this and Java works grand now.

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I have a problem with the new DP2 disk, and I'm not
sure how to troubleshoot it further.

I started with a fresh disk (to be sure it was repeatable)
and installed from CDROM DP2 (just issued a couple weeks
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I picked the X Developer package.

Next I installed the Jetty port ( cd to
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amazing - downloading stuff from Sun's web site and all!)
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sure
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it dies -
(It's not at the contructor for the server, it's when I
actually try and
start it with a
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call.

Here is the code that crashes, although running the Jetty
demo will
produce
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HttpServer server = new HttpServer();
try
{
    server.addListener(new InetAddrPort(8080));

HandlerContext context = server.addContext("/");
ServletHandlerContext servHand= new ServletHandlerContext(
server, "/"
);
servHand.setDynamicServletPathSpec( "/servlet/*");

server.addContext( null, servHand );
context.setResourceBase("./docroot/");
context.setServingResources(true);

try
{
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I'd very much like to help if I could, but I'm not sure
where to go
or if this might already be fixed in -Current

Best Regards,

-Will


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