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From Scott Ellsworth <>
Subject Fork error on Linux - why is it looking for i686
Date Tue, 29 Jan 2002 21:57:56 GMT
Hi, all.

When I javac a selection of files without the fork option on Linux, it 

If I set fork=yes in my javac task, I get the error

     [javac] Compiling 1022 source files to 
     [javac] javac was not found in 

Looking on the disk, the error message is correct.  There is no i686 
directory in my jdk1.3.1 Linux distribution.  I can make a symlink, of 
course, but before doing so, why is it looking for one, and is there a 
better way to make it stop doing so?

Perhaps should I be using 1.3.1_002?

Verbose log:
Starting build
Ant version 1.4.1 compiled on October 11 2001
Buildfile: build.xml
Detected Java version: 1.3 in: /mnt/java/sunjdk1.3.1/jre
Detected OS: Linux
parsing buildfile /usr/people/sellswor/build/build/build.xml with URI = 

and an identical error.


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