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Re: Java for NetBSD

All I needed to run under NetBSD-current amd64 with openJDK 11 was

 $ PATH=/usr/pkg/java/openjdk11/bin:$PATH; export PATH
 $ PATH=/opt/idea-IC-193.6911.18/bin:$PATH

You get some error messages or warnings, but the interface comes up;
as I have no idea (no pun intended) of java programming, I can't say
if it works.

On Sun, 5 Apr 2020 at 16:32, Greg Troxel <> wrote:
> "John m0t" <> writes:
> > As far as I know the java in *NetBSD* is the same file/kind as Linux.
> More or less.
> > I have downloaded the jetbrains intellij which ships with openjdk. I went inside the openjdk directory.
> I don't follow "ships with openjdk".  Do you mean "includes a copy of
> openjdkN already built for GNU/Linux which assumes some particular set
> of Linux libraries"?
> >     Under sh shell {./java} command will return *not found* and under bash shell I get
> > *no such file or directory*. the said file is executable. the {ls} command on that directory shows the java file.
> I'd use file, ldd, and more.   I find that /usr/pkg/openjdk8-java is a
> shell script.


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