On Saturday 08 May 2004 04:40, Bill Moran wrote: > Christian Hiris wrote: > > On Saturday 08 May 2004 00:24, Bill Moran wrote: > >>Trying to install openoffice from ports tree cvsupped yesterday and > >>failing. I don't want to install from a package, as I get an icky mess > >>between gtk 1 (which the openoffice package wants) and gtk 2 (which the > >>latest gnome wants) > >> > >>Suggestions? > >> > >>FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE, when I try to build, it stops thusly: > >> > >>< ... > > > <snip> > > >> > ERROR: Your BOOTDIR environment variable does not > >> > point to a valid Java 2 SDK for bootstrapping this build. > >> > A Java 2 SDK 1.4.2 build must be bootstrapped using > >> > J2SDK 1.4.1 fcs (or later). > >> > Apparently, your bootstrap JDK is version Abort trap > >> > Please update your ALT_BOOTDIR setting and start your build > >> > again. Exiting because of the above error(s). > >> > gmake: *** [post-sanity] Error 1 > >> > *** Error code 2 > >> > > >> > Stop in /usr/ports/java/jdk14. > >> > *** Error code 1 > >> > > >> > Stop in /usr/ports/editors/openoffice-1.1. > > > > Something went wrong when building the jdk14 dependency. If there is no > > valid jdk14 installed on your system, you need the linux-sun-jdk14 for > > bootstrapping the build of jdk14. > > > > Try to build jdk14 with the WITH_LINUX_BOOTSTRAP knob set, which requires > > also linux-emulation enabled and linprocfs mounted. > > > > cd /usr/ports/java/jdk14 > > make WITH_LINUX_BOOTSTRAP=yes > > > > If this doesn't work install the linux-sun-jdk14 package manually and > > restart the jdk14 build as described above. > > While you're answer didn't directly solve the problem, it gave me the hint > I needed to get things going. > > Linux compat was installed, but not enabled. I did a "kldload linux.ko" > and restarted the build, and it's progressing nicely now. > > I didn't know linux emu was necessary to run OpenOffice? Is it just for > building or is it required to run as well?
It's just needed to build the native jdk14, which uses the linux-jdk14 for bootstrapping. no need at runtime as far as i know. > > Thanks for the help.