Java problem

  • Billy Holley

    Billy Holley - 2010-03-29

    I am having an issue with java using colinux fedora 10

    it seems everything to do with the java i have installed  is :permission denied

    here is an example when i use the java -version  command
    /usr/java/jkd1.5.0_05/bin/java:permission denied

    I can't figure out why this is happening. yes i know this is the old version of java, no i dont want to upgrade the files i have are depending on this version and changing all the files is a task  too tedious for me atm,.
    if anyone can help please i would appreciate it . thanks

  • Billy Holley

    Billy Holley - 2010-03-29

    forgot to add I am using Windows Xp sp3 32 bit

  • Henry N.

    Henry N. - 2010-03-30

    Check the file permissions (executable flags and user/group ownership).
    Check the file with

    file /usr/java/jkd1.5.0_05/bin/java

    Java needs lot of memory. Check, that you have enough.

    What does?

    java -version

    Check, that Java is installed correctly. "which java" should give you the path to installed binary.

    Maybe some in your installation is missing? Check libraries with ldd, nothing should missing there:

    ldd /usr/java/jkd1.5.0_05/bin/java

    Maybe the kernel is to new for your old Java? Try an older coLinux kernel. Ask the Java gurus.

    I suggest you to put your question to coLinux user mail list. Better to Fedora list, because it is an Java problem. Java under coLinux is not different from native Linux.

    Here is an older thread in User list for similar problem:


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