RE: Blackdown's jdk1.2.2 v3 does not run....
Having reread my message about my jdk 1.2.2 problem, I must complain
about MY request. It was utterly uninformative as to the problem and
was hard to answer, but you have helped by pointing some areas to
investigate and some inconsistencies in my remarks.
I have posted a second message that details spadework I have done.
Please accept my apology for not supplying details.
Please do look at my secoind post to see if you can help me.
On Mon, 27 Dec 1999, Jesse Tilly wrote:
> First a peeve:
> I am writing this because I am reminded by Rajesh's message. He does what I
> think *all of us* should do.
> I think it is completely unhelpful for people to reply to "it doesn't work"
> messages with "well, it works for me messages". As a list it is a nuisance,
> however, the real problem occurs with searches of archives and USENET. The
> reply includes the original message and thus a search returns these
> offending messages.
> Now, a response (keep in mind I have not installed Blackdown):
> You are running /usr/local/jdk1.2.2/bin/java yet your path is
> /usr/bin/jdk1.2.2/bin (something I have issue with, but that aside...).
> Also, the native_threads and realpath variables seem to be relative, your
> error mentions an absolute path. This is a problem (and judging by the
> "success" responses to which you refer, it is likely in your script
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