Subject: Re: HEADS-UP: linux emulation fixes
To: Marc Recht <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jaromir Dolecek <jdolecek@NetBSD.org>
Date: 08/13/2004 23:36:02
Marc Recht wrote:
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> > Can you send me a sample build.xml which triggers the problem?
> > I do not know ant, and it complains about invalid syntax if I
> > use only the above bits in the file.
> Ok, I've attached a small mini project. It has three targets: compile, dist
> and clean.
> All work with the suse73 packages. With the suse91 package compile works
> and clean fails (can't delete the "classes" directory). I didn't test jar
> with suse91 package. I try to do that later.
> Everything was tested on a box with -current kernel with today's sources
> with a 2.0_BETA userland (also today's sources).
Thanks, this one was easy to fix. This should work now with
linux_file.c revision 1.63 or later.
> BTW, there also seem to be locale related problems. For example Mulberry
> prints (something like): Can't set POSIX C locale. (But works correctly).
> But, eg. Azureus ( http://azureus.sourceforge.net/ -- a BitTorrent client )
> crashes directy after startup. Or rather it "hangs". The Java processes are
> there, but no GUI is drawn. I tested the Linux version with SWT built
> against OpenMotif. It (or Java) also prints many Warnings about keybindings
> it can't set and stuff like that...
The locale stuff might be just due to missing files - the
emulation/suse91_* installs just very bare bone system. I'd look into that
and the Azureus problem eventually.
Jaromir Dolecek <jdolecek@NetBSD.org> http://www.NetBSD.cz/
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