The binary on the server at the moment is a 1.3 vm. To get the 1.4 vm
working you have to download the source and some binaries from sun's
site, apply a patch from the bsd team, and then compile it. (all
because of sun's lisense) Sounds simple enough execpt compiling it
requires a java vm.
~Paul

On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 21:05:33 +0200, TLD <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Paul wrote:
> > I'm working on setting up a freenet node on a machine running FreeBSD
> > 4.6. The java vm that is already installed (and is the most current
> > version) is a java 1.3 vm. Sun does not release a vm for the BSDs. At
> 
> You really need at last the (possibly latest) 1.4 jvm, sorry.
> Me, I use the 1.4.2 linux version on NetBSD, and it works very well.
> 
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