On Sep 15, 2009, at 10:32, Scott Ferguson wrote:

> On Sep 15, 2009, at 10:21 AM, Rob Lockstone wrote:
>> As a followup, after modifying the install script, he still could not
>> get the Pro version to start. I'm sorry I don't have the exact error,
>> but it had to do with the libexec64 JNI Libs. IIRC, one of the errors
>> had to do with crc64. Sorry, I only saw this over his shoulder and  
>> did
>> not write it down. Since I don't have SL installed, I have not been
>> able to confirm this on my own machine.
> Hmm.  I've seen this when the JDK compile directory is different from
> the executable.  The MacOS JDK directory structure is a bit weird.

Yes, it is. And it sounds like it got a little weirder with SL. :(

> I'll need to check it when closing the bug.
> -- Scott
>> Anyway, he "fixed" it by downgrading to the non-Pro version.
>> Rob
>> On Sep 15, 2009, at 09:54, Scott Ferguson wrote:
>>> Thanks.  I've filed this.  It looks like the ./configure script  
>>> isn't
>>> detecting the 64-bit JDK.  ./configure uses java -version and  
>>> pattern
>>> matches on the output to find 64-bit vs non-64-bit.
>>> -- Scott
>>> On Sep 14, 2009, at 6:32 PM, Rob Lockstone wrote:
>>>> I have not yet installed Snow Leopard. However, a co-worker has and
>>>> he
>>>> couldn't get Resin running. This was with Resin 3.1.x and also 4.x.
>>>> Neither would work properly.
>>>> It looks like the Resin configuration/make scripts need to be
>>>> updated.
>>>> Please see this blog entry (not by me) for details.
>>>> http://www.angry-fly.com/post.cfm/fixing-railo-and-resin-on-snow-leopard

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