Re: jdk15

2007-06-29 Thread kalin mintchev
Hello Kaline, hi there Ivan... What I did was to install the native freebsd jdk, that is diablo-jdk (port java/diablo-jdk) and then I installed java/jdk-15 port. i'll try that. thanks... will report how it went... after waiting for about 12 hours of compiling i got this awesome crap:

Re: jdk15

2007-06-29 Thread kalin mintchev
Hello Kaline, hi there Ivan... What I did was to install the native freebsd jdk, that is diablo-jdk (port java/diablo-jdk) and then I installed java/jdk-15 port. i'll try that. thanks... will report how it went... didn't do much. it installed very quickly but after i run the make in the

Re: jdk15

2007-06-29 Thread Ivan \Rambius\ Ivanov
Hello On 6/29/07, kalin mintchev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I did was to install the native freebsd jdk, that is diablo-jdk (port java/diablo-jdk) and then I installed java/jdk-15 port. i'll try that. thanks... will report how it went... didn't do much. it installed very quickly I do

Re: jdk15

2007-06-29 Thread kalin mintchev
I do not know how you installed diablo-jdk it but it definitely takes time when installed from ports. First it asks you to download the sources for diablo-jdk from http://www.freebsdfoundation.org/downloads/java.shtml. Due to licensing issues you have to manually download it to

Re: jdk15

2007-06-29 Thread Ivan \Rambius\ Ivanov
On 6/29/07, kalin mintchev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: yea... i did all that stuff for both ports too. all the downloads, etc. i've been using freebsd as main os on my laptops for 5 years now - have never used windows. and java has historically been a pain in the ass to set up on freebsd. Well,

Re: JDK15 port installation

2007-01-18 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jan 18), Alain G. Fabry said: I'm trying to install the JDK15 port (need a JVM for gallery remote), but it seems to crash on the mozilla dependancy. Here is the output where it crashes: Try the diablo-jdk15 port instead; it's a precompiled package. -- Dan Nelson

Re: jdk15

2006-07-23 Thread Micah
eoghan wrote: Hi again And thanks for the advice on installing jdk... but can you point me in the direction of where to get the installers if I dont go about using the port to install. I had tried jdk14, but its not for amd64. I also read that OOo needs jdk14. Is this true? Having said that I

Re: jdk15

2006-07-23 Thread eoghan
On 23 Jul 2006, at 17:13, Micah wrote: eoghan wrote: Hi again And thanks for the advice on installing jdk... but can you point me in the direction of where to get the installers if I dont go about using the port to install. I had tried jdk14, but its not for amd64. I also read that OOo

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-06 Thread james g.
After several failed attempts at the package route, this was certainly a welcome surprise: http://www.freebsdfoundation.org/downloads/java.shtml Thanks to everyone for their help and suggestions! -james On Apr 3, 2006, at 12:55 PM, james g. wrote: Thanks everyone for the tips. I'm going to

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-06 Thread Mario Beltran
james g. escribió: After several failed attempts at the package route, this was certainly a welcome surprise: http://www.freebsdfoundation.org/downloads/java.shtml I have downloaded diablo-jre-freebsd6-1.5.0.06.00.tbz from the link above, ha, by the way i have a FreeBSD 6.1 box, when i

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-03 Thread Jon Brisbin
Anish Mistry wrote: You could always just to do a make package on another machine with 6.0 and then just pkg_add on your older system. This is what I did when I installed JDK 1.5 on our BSD boxes. It sounds like, with so little physical RAM, that the JVM is only allocating a very small

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-03 Thread james g.
Thanks everyone for the tips. I'm going to give the package route a shot, as the additional swap space just isn't cutting it. Cheers, James On Apr 3, 2006, at 8:14 AM, Jon Brisbin wrote: Anish Mistry wrote: You could always just to do a make package on another machine with 6.0 and then

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/2/06, james g. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD Land: I've seen this question asked on this very list, and once or twice on the web, but have yet to find a solution. I'm attempting to compile jdk15 on an older machine, and at first attempted it on a 4.11 install. The failures there

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-02 Thread james g.
On Apr 2, 2006, at 11:41 AM, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: On 4/2/06, james g. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD Land: I've seen this question asked on this very list, and once or twice on the web, but have yet to find a solution. I'm attempting to compile jdk15 on an older machine, and at first

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-02 Thread Helge Preuss
james g. wrote: On Apr 2, 2006, at 11:41 AM, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: On 4/2/06, james g. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD Land: I've seen this question asked on this very list, and once or twice on the web, but have yet to find a solution. I'm attempting to compile jdk15 on an older

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-02 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On 4/2/06, james g. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Granted I understand that expecting so much from this little machine is really pushing it, it will eventually just be running a small java- based server, that unfortunately requires jdk15. I wouldn't ever choose it on purpose. With a total swap

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-02 Thread Anish Mistry
On Sunday 02 April 2006 14:36, james g. wrote: On Apr 2, 2006, at 11:41 AM, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: On 4/2/06, james g. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD Land: I've seen this question asked on this very list, and once or twice on the web, but have yet to find a solution. I'm

Re: jdk15 without having to install X Windows?

2005-10-26 Thread Micah
Nick Triantos wrote: Hi, I'm trying to install JDK15 (from ports: java/jdk15) on a server that does not have X Windows installed. It appears from the Makefile that Java is dependent upon OpenMotif, which in turn is dependent upon a bunch of X client libs. Does anyone have experience with

Re: JDK15 and JDK14 for Firefox and OpenOffice.

2005-02-28 Thread Eric Schuele
Chris Hodgins wrote: BSD Mail wrote: Greetings, I've installed /usr/ports/java/jdk15 then installed /usr/ports/www/firefox I'm not really sure why Firefox didn't detect that I have JDK15 installed. Also Later I'm going to install OpenOffice. In OO website http://porting.openoffice.org/freebsd/

Re: JDK15 and JDK14 for Firefox and OpenOffice.

2005-02-27 Thread Chris Hodgins
BSD Mail wrote: Greetings, I've installed /usr/ports/java/jdk15 then installed /usr/ports/www/firefox I'm not really sure why Firefox didn't detect that I have JDK15 installed. Also Later I'm going to install OpenOffice. In OO website http://porting.openoffice.org/freebsd/ seems they want to have

Re: JDK15 and JDK14 for Firefox and OpenOffice.

2005-02-27 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Sun, Feb 27, 2005 at 03:54:26PM -0800, BSD Mail wrote: [...] 2. What am I missing with Firefox ? If JDK15 doesn't work with Firefox I wil install JKD14, although I thought it should work and be detected by the browser. JDK1.5 is still in alpha state. There is no working browser-plugin with