>Alright.  I tried, and after hours and hours of compiling...this:
>Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM warning: Can't detect initial thread stack 
>'class' or 'interface' expected

I haven't encoutered this particular problem myself, though I remember reading 
a post on this or the -java mailinglist not long ago where someone had the 
same problem.

I did some google and didn't find anything conclusive, though I did find 
someone having the same problem on Linux when running in a chrooted 

A suggestion which may or may not be correct is that it may be caused by the 
linprocfs filesystem not being mounted (because it broke in chroot). Try 
doing, as root:

   kldload linprocfs
   mount linprocfs /compat/linux/proc

But again I have personally not seen this problem. When I failed to have a 
proper /proc filesystem for the Linux compatibility the result was the JVM 
busy-waiting indefinitely rather than getting instability/errors. But try 
that and see. If it doesn't fix it, write back.

(I am assuming it is the Linux JVM, running under emulation, which is failing, 
given that it is compiling the standard library for the native JVM.)

/ Peter Schuller, InfiDyne Technologies HB

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