On Windows (tested on vista but should work elsewhere) for me worked copying
all the dlls from jprofiler6\bin\windows to Windows\System32 cause that's
one of the default locations where windows look for dll's

Andrew Fritz-2 wrote:
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> Hmm... Ok, I think you may have it. I copied the jprofiler tree instead
> of installing it. I bet it adds itself to my LD_LIBRARY_PATH. 
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> I tried removing the debug options already with no luck. 
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> In any case, I'll try looking for a .so file tomorrow and if that
> doesn't fix it, I'll try the verbose option. 
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> Thanks! 
> Andrew 
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> Knut Forkalsrud wrote:
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> Andrew Fritz wrote:
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> Regardless, I still get a "Could not find agent library on the library
> path or in the local directory: jprofilerti". 
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> The profiler likely comes with a binary, a file whose name end in .so,
> at least for Linux.  For jprofilerti the file name would be
> libjprofilerti.so I think.  Make sure that file is available to the
> dynamic loader by for example setting the environment variable
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH (Linux) or DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH (Mac if I remember
> correctly) or just copy it to ${resin.home}/libexec/ if you have such a
> directory. 
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> -Knut 
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> PS: I still think removing -Xdebug is worth an attempt.  I had very
> similar symptoms and that change did the trick. 
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