ports/87571: java/jdk15: Port-Installation Java 1.5 FreeBSD RC1

ports/87571: java/jdk15: Port-Installation Java 1.5 FreeBSD RC1

Post by linimo » Sat, 01 Apr 2006 17:59:25


Synopsis: java/jdk15: Port-Installation Java 1.5 FreeBSD RC1 6.0

State-Changed-From-To: open->feedback
State-Changed-By: linimon
State-Changed-When: Fri Mar 31 08:56:56 UTC 2006
State-Changed-Why:
Submitter: does this problem still recur?


Responsible-Changed-From-To: phantom->freebsd-java
Responsible-Changed-By: linimon
Responsible-Changed-When: Fri Mar 31 08:56:56 UTC 2006
Responsible-Changed-Why:
Reassign from phantom since he has been inactive for more than one year.

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ports/87571: java/jdk15: Port-Installation Java 1.5 FreeBSD RC1

Post by glewi » Fri, 28 Apr 2006 06:44:46

Synopsis: java/jdk15: Port-Installation Java 1.5 FreeBSD RC1 6.0

Responsible-Changed-From-To: freebsd-java->freebsd-emulation
Responsible-Changed-By: glewis
Responsible-Changed-When: Wed Apr 26 21:37:20 UTC 2006
Responsible-Changed-Why:
The problem here isn't the jdk15 port. Here is what is happening:

The jdk15 port is pulling in the linux-sun-jdk14 port as a dependency
(to bootstrap itself) which is in turn pulling in linux_base-8 as a
dependency (the current default linux_base). linux_base-8 will fail
on amd64 as it tries to set ${ARCH}, which fails in a sub-make. The
problem is described completely in this email message:

http://www.yqcomputer.com/ +0+/usr/local/www/db/text/2006/freebsd-java/20060416.freebsd-java

A viable workaround is to install linux_base-8 separately and then
return to jdk15 install.

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