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Re: Missing .jinfo files (Was: Re: Switching between different JDK implementations (Debian alternative system & Java))

Holger Rauch wrote:
> But invoking "update-java-alternatives -l" as root gives me:
> awk: cmd. line:1: fatal: cannot open file /usr/lib/jvm/*.jinfo' for reading
> (No such file or directory)
> The directry "jvm" doesn't exist at all in /usr/lib. Where do those .jinfo
> files come from?
> I've installed the Sun JDKs the usual way by calling make-jpkg in the
> downloaded binary (.bin) files and then I've installed the resulting .deb
> file using "dpkg -i".

That's because the new "usual" way is here:

Please note, however that sun-java5 was just migrated to "testing"
so the "-t unstable" should no longer be required.



Senior Java Performance Engineer                       Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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