linux-ibm-jdk14 & 5-RELEASE

linux-ibm-jdk14 & 5-RELEASE

Post by galme.. » Sat, 22 Feb 2003 23:41:40



does anyone had success running linux-ibm-jdk14 from ports on FreeBSD 5-RELEASE ?

I'm getting *** panic: JVMXE102: sigaltstack
Abort trap (core dumped)

ktrace shows:
 66736 java     CALL  #186(0xbfbff68c,0x8071248)
 66736 java     RET   #186 -1 errno -22 Unknown error: -22

just befor it aborts.
any idea how to fix it ?

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