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From: George France (france_at_handhelds.org)
Date: Sun Dec 15 2002 - 13:43:33 CST
You only get the experimental bits when you install everything.
Please try, 'rpm -i gcc-java'
The gcc-java package adds experimental support for compiling Java(TM)
programs and bytecode into native code. To do this, you will also need
to install the Java runtime library included in the gcc-libgcj
On Sunday 15 December 2002 10:17, Robert M. Riches Jr. wrote:
> > From: George France <francehandhelds.org>
> > Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 02:48:10 -0500
> > I did a quick check, on RedHat-7.2-alpha-20020627-disc1.iso in
> > Redhat/RPMS is:
> > libgcj-2.96-28.alpha.rpm
> > libgcj3-devel-3.0.4-1.alpha.rpm
> > libgcj3-3.0.4-1.alpha.rpm
> > libgcj-devel-2.96-28.alpha.rpm
> > You will need to install the 2.96-28 libs if you want to upgrade /
> > install gcc-java-2.96-112.7.2.
> Thanks for the information. When I did the test install, I had
> it install everything except NFS file server, Losedows file
> server, anonymous FTP server, network managed workstation, and
> "everything". I _did_ select all of the items other than those,
> including all of the ones related to code development. However,
> the libgcj RPMs on the CD don't appear to have been installed.
> Any idea why they weren't? What did I do wrong?
> Robert Riches
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