Re: [freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Volodya
Ron Wilson wrote: I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck. When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is

[freenet-support] freenet not working with openjdk/icedtea

2008-07-15 Thread Marco R
Hi, I'm running the latest openjdk/icedtea on ubuntu hardy and freenet won't run. It complains about an exception in java.lang.ClassNotFoundException. is it an unsupported feature of icedtea. I attached the error log with this email. Thanks Marco Robado STATUS | wrapper | 2008/07/08 19:37:50 |

[freenet-support] Systemerror 5

2008-07-15 Thread Felix Griessenbeck
Hi, when I start FreeNet, then in this black DOS window it says: Systemerror 5, Access denied... and tells me to press a key. That's it. Won't run. I'm using VISTA. Tried to start it in XP compatibility mode, but that didn't work either. Any other idea, how to fix this? (Suggest you tell

Re: [freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Daniel Cheng
Ron Wilson wrote: I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck. When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is

[freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Volodya
Ron Wilson wrote: > I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck. > When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version > of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java > setup version 1.6 which I have installed from

[freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Daniel Cheng
Ron Wilson wrote: > I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck. > When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version > of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java > setup version 1.6 which I have installed from