blind spot for java
I know this might seem a little strange but my system seems to have developed
a blind spot for Java.
I have a JDK installed in /usr/local/jdk1.5.0_04/ when I attempt to execute
bash: /usr/local/jdk1.5.0_04/bin/java: No such file or directory
which is quite plainly wrong as the file most certainly does exist and has
execution rights. I have another (very slightly older and 64-bit) version of
Java installed via java-package which works fine but I need to get this one
Any ideas what might be wrong?
All the other applications seems to be working fine. I have re-installed the
JDK and tried other versions and all produce the same message. This is a long
shot I know but I am using the 64bit debian port and this is a 32bit VM it is
therefore relying on some libraries provided by the 32bit chroot. It was
working fine yesterday but I also upgraded the chroot yesterday. I'm wonering
if the two could be linked. The problem is that it just doesn't seem to even
find the java file to get.