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Re: pkg/37725 (sun6-jre does not work on amd64) writes:
> Synopsis: sun6-jre does not work on amd64
> State-Changed-From-To: open->feedback
> State-Changed-By:
> State-Changed-When: Sun, 21 Feb 2010 15:48:24 +0000
> State-Changed-Why:
> The package has been updated multiple times in the meantime.


> Does it work now?

Nope, and now it seems that latest sun-jre6-6.0.17 does not work with
i386 anymore, it still crashes with segmentation fault.

raanu (16:05) ~/gcs>./gcs/gcs 

[1]   Segmentation fault (core dumped) /usr/pkg/java/su...
[2]    4357 exit 139   ./gcs/gcs
raanu (16:05) ~/gcs>uname -a  
NetBSD raanu.sfnt.local 5.99.23 NetBSD 5.99.23 (GENERIC) #0: Thu Jan  7 
15:20:21 EET 2010  
root%ryijy2.sfnt.local@localhost:/usr/obj/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC i386
raanu (16:05) ~/gcs>pkg_info sun-jre6
Information for sun-jre6-6.0.17:

Sun's Java(tm) 2 Standard Edition, Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6u17


Required by:

This is the Linux port of the Sun Java(tm) Runtime Environment (J2SE 6.0).


Install notice:
$NetBSD: MESSAGE.NetBSD,v 1.2 2007/08/22 14:49:24 jlam Exp $

In order to be able to run the JVM, you need to add the following line
to your /etc/fstab:

    procfs /emul/linux/proc procfs rw,linux

Furthermore, the maximum data segment size assigned to your user must
be at least 262144.

You may want to read the following for details about running this JDK:



> Have you tried openjdk7 instead?

Not yet. I did try to use kaffe, but that gave some error messages
complaining something

I will try the openjdk7 and see if that helps. 

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