Re: Bug#475669: Suggest informing the user
The last time I had Azureus working was also with Sun's VM. I didn't use it
for several months, and it looks like the default java VM was switched to GIJ
by an upgrade in the meantime. So unfortunately I cannot confirm whether it
I just tested with gij 4.1 and gij 4.2, and they both exhibit the same
behaviour as gij 4.3, ie. they fail to establish any peer connections.
On Thursday 01 May 2008 22:17:26 Shaun Jackman wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> My preference would be to fix the bug, of course! But with the bug
> being 180 days old now, it might be time to look at a workaround like
> this. Do you know, does Azureus work with any other versions of GIJ? I
> know that it works with Sun's VM.
> On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 1:45 PM, Adam Rice <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The problem is that it comes so close to working with gij-4.3 that it's
> > hard to notice that anything is actually wrong. How about putting a
> > temporary hack in the /usr/bin/azureus script to check if /usr/bin/java
> > is gij-4.3 and popup an xmessage saying something like
> > "
> > You are running azureus with gij-4.3. There are known problems with this
> > combination. See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=475669
> > for details. If your torrents fail to download, please consider selecting
> > a different java interpreter using the update-alternatives program. "
> > ?
> > I guess that would add a dependency on the xll-utils package, which is
> > not so nice. But printing a message to the console is not much use for
> > people who start azureus from iceweasel like I usually do.
/-/ Adam Rice / email@example.com / Tokyo, Japan /-/