/usr/lib/jni not put in java.library.path, sun java 5 and 6
Hello debian java maintainers,
The Java policy says :
"If a virtual machine supports native code, it must include the
directory /usr/lib/jni in its search path for these dynamic
openjdk6 was patched to allow looking for JNI libraries in
/usr/lib/jni in bug 517338 , and was fixed in openjdk-6
(6b14-1.5~pre1-5). However the bug exists in the sun java JVMs [3,4].
I know that sun java does not allow us to change the binaries, so 
was marked as "won't fix." I'm the maintainer of rxtx (librxtx-java)
which is jni, and some users have been complaining about how sun java
cannot see it by default. What is the best way to handle this?
Should it be handled at the sun-java6 level or should I use some use
some script (postinst?) so it can work with sun java?