Subject: Re: any hope to get Solaris jdk 1.2 running on i386?
To: Scott Bartram <email@example.com>
From: Thorsten Frueauf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/26/1998 21:20:13
I know of the native jdk 1.1.6. Unfortunatly I need the 1.2 API cause
I use the java.security.* crypto stuff a lot, and for our project
proper key managment is mandatory :/
> > Hm. I suppose we probably should look into implementing some more (newer)
> > Solaris syscalls. resolvepath() looks almost trivial from what I see in the
> > Solaris manpage.
I would highly appreciate that :)
> > Not if you use "green_threads", but that probably means implementing a few
> > more syscalls than just this. To explain what "green_threads" is:
Well, I downloaded the so called "reference" version of jdk 1.2 RC2,
which defaults to green threads.
> > : It's unlikely that the Solaris JDK will work for quite some time if ever
> > : since they use native threads and we don't support that (yet).
AFAIK thats only true for the production version (which I did not try).
> > I believe the JDK still ships "green_threads" as one of the thread methods,
> > which is not Solaris native threads; it's setjmp/longjmp/signal based (MIT
> > pthreads-like) threading. Otherwise that ktrace probably would have an
> > `unimplemented _lwp_create' as the bad syscall.
Yup. For my perpuse I would be very happy to get green threads running :)
I won't need native threads for development.
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