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Re: Sun's JDK version 1.3.0_02

On Thu, May 17, 2001 at 04:16:59PM -0700, Martin Bertolino wrote:
> Has anybody been able to run this JDK (1.3.0_02) on Debian Potato? I'm getting
> an error while running 'java' that it can't find 'libstdc++-6....' shared
> library. I know enough to know that I'm missing some shared library, and I
> looked at the different packes at debian.org but did not find any that looks
> like this shared library.
> Sun documentation mentions something about a similar problem on their web site
> but regarding 'RedHat Linux 7 Server' (sorry):
> -- quote --
> If you use RedHat Linux 7 Server, you must manually install
> compat-libstdc++-6.21- to prevent "error while loading shared
> libraries" when using the Java HotSpot VMs. This file is located in the
> /RedHat/RPMS directory on the RedHat Linux 7 CD-ROM. You may also obtain a
> copy of this file from http://rpmfind.net. To install the file, use this
> command: 
> rpm --install compat-libstdc++-6.21-
> It is not necessary to manually install compat-libstdc++-6.21-
> if you are using RedHat Linux 7 Workstation
> -- end quote -- 
> I'm not very well informed about the different 'C/C++' shared libraries for
> GNU/Linux.
> I'm running Debian 2.2r0 + an apt-get to update to the latest stable packages.
> Thanks for any information, and sorry if this has already been asked or it is
> a dumb question, but I have just subscribed, and searched through the archives
> but did not find anything related to this.
Most likely the deb you want is: libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1
I've found something else that WFM...
cd /usr/lib
ln -sf libstdc++-3-libc6.2-2-2.10.0.so libstdc++-libc6.1-1.so.2

This is WRONG, but WFM, note if you did this make sure you change the
first libstdc++ to whichever you have under stable.

> Martin Bertolino
> PS: I just saw that there is a new JDK at java.sun.som version 1.3.1
Thanks downloading now..

Gordon Sadler

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