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Re: Some help needed!

Is the orion server pure java, or does it have an native (and therefore x86) libraries that it links to?

If you just want to develop on your box, and you can't get orion server working, my suggestion would be to install Tomcat, or JBoss if you need EJBs and use that as your development server. The nice think about standard things like application servers is that its pretty easy to develop on one and deploy to another.


On Oct 26, 2004, at 3:51 PM, Isidoro Reyes de Zuloaga wrote:

Hi folks!

First of all, i just want to say hi, 'cause I am new in this list.
Maybe you can helpme, I'm really bored with this trouble. I'm using a
debian-ppc (sid, of course). I'm trying to develop my aplications using java,
servlets and mysql.
The first problem is with the orion server (www.orionserver.com), i've been using it in x86 but it goes to a core dump when I run it on linux-ppc. I'm
using the IBM jdk, and algo i've tried with the blackport jdk.
Does anyone how to solve it???
Thanks a lot in advance, and sorry, because my english is not very good.

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