JDK says can't open /proc/xxxxx
I recently installed jdk onto my potato box - one of my classes this
semester is programming in Java. The problem I am having is that every
time I try to run javac to do the byte-compile I get the message:
Cannot open /proc/04505 for GC
The number here ^^^^^ is different every time. I even tried doing the
javac command as root and got the same message, except for the number.
What has me the most confused is I got it to work once. But then it hasn't
I found that these two environment variables are needed - I'm really not
sure about the CLASSPATH though. What documentation there is says that
it's a variable that's needed, but says nothing about what to put into
HAL9000:~/cs136$ dpkg -l jdk*
|/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
||/ Name Version Description
un jdk-shared <none> (no description available)
un jdk-static <none> (no description available)
ii jdk1.1 1.1.7v3-2 JDK 1.1.x (Java Development Kit) - Runtime o
ii jdk1.1-dev 1.1.7v3-2 JDK 1.1.x (Java Development Kit)
ii jdk1.1-native 1.1.7v3-2 JDK 1.1.x Runtime - native threads extension
ii jdk1.1-native- 1.1.7v3-2 JDK 1.1.x - native threads extensions
un jdk1.1-runtime <none> (no description available)
Apparently the jdk-runtime package has been replaced by jdk1.1 What about
the jdk-shared and jdk-static packages? I couldn't find any mention of either
one in the Packages files in /var/state/apt/lists so I'm presuming they too
have been superceeded.
My system here is potato - did an apt-get update;apt-get dist-upgrade two
or three days ago. I'm runing kernel 2.2.13 Does anyone have any
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