On 07/01/2013 08:20 AM, Toni Mueller wrote:
> Package: visualvm
> Version: 1.3.3-2
> Severity: important
> Dear Maintainer,
> the program starts with a license acceptance screen. Unfortunately, the
> screen is entirely grey, without any user servicable parts or UI
> elements. As a result of this, I cannot agree to the license, and
> therefore I cannot use the program.

Hi Toni,

Thank you for the bug report.

It seems like there is something going on with Java GUI/graphics
applications for multiple users.  I am able to install visualvm into a
clean sid chroot (amd64) with java-6 (default-jdk) or java-7 and both
start up without any problems, accept the license and continue.

Perhaps the issue is with the window manager or X configuration?  (I
don't have a strong theory; just trying to figure out why it works for
some but not others.)


P.S.  The only thing that seemed odd to me when I tested is that I had
to specify the JDK on the command-line - e.g.:

$ /usr/bin/jvisualvm --jdkhome /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64

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