I remember some reports of success running Linux JAVA with native
threads on -current.  I've tried several times myself, and can't get
it to work.

The Linux JDK 1.3 (SUN's version) runs fine on -current as well as 4.x
as long as I use the classic VM.  This version doesn't use native
Linux threads.

In order to get real performance I would like to run either the SUN
JDK with -hotspot, or the IBM 1.3 JVM.  Both of these use native linux
threads.  With a recent -current I can successfully execute small JAVA
test programs, but when I start a real application (e.g. Together from
togethersoft.com), it fails with a core dump.

The SUN JDK 1.3 gives

    # HotSpot Virtual Machine Error, Unexpected Signal 11
    # Please report this error at
    # http://java.sun.com/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi
    # Error ID: 4F533F4C494E55580E43505005BC
    # Problematic Thread: prio=671556272 tid=0x804f790 nid=0x2940 runnable 

and the IBM JDK 1.3 dies with a similar message.

Is anybody successfully using a Linux JVM with native threads on
-current?  Are there any pathes that you needed to apply?

Who in the world needs 2000 Windows?

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