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From Mark Aufdencamp <m...@aufdencamp.com>
Subject RE: Geronimo 2 and JVM - Ubuntu
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2007 12:47:35 GMT
<html><body><div>Good Tips Jason and Peter!&nbsp; I've used symlinks
pointing to different java versions for a number of years, but the setenv.sh is a new one
to me.</div>
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<div>Are you both using SUN JDK's or another (IBM/OpenJDK/Harmony)?<BR></div>
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<BLOCKQUOTE style="PADDING-LEFT: 8px; MARGIN-LEFT: 8px; BORDER-LEFT: blue 2px solid" webmail="1">--------
Original Message --------<BR>Subject: Re: Geronimo 2 and JVM - Ubuntu<BR>From:
Peter Petersson &lt;peter@pmb.mine.nu&gt;<BR>Date: Thu, September 06, 2007 7:11
am<BR>To: user@geronimo.apache.org<BR><BR>Another thing you can do is to
put a executable file caled setenv.sh in <BR>&lt;gernonimohome&gt;/bin containing
something like this.<BR>--------------setenv.sh in g bin---------------------------------------<BR>#!/bin/sh<BR>JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.5.0-sun<BR>JAVA_OPTS="-Djava.awt.headless=true
-XX:MaxPermSize=128m -Xms128M <BR>-Xmx512M -server"<BR>-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------<BR>It
will be read at startup with ./startup.sh<BR><BR>regards<BR>Peter Petersson<BR><BR>Jason
Warner wrote:<BR>&gt; Hi Mark,<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; One issue that
has been noticed when using Ubuntu is that it's <BR>&gt; difficult to use the appropr
 iate JVM. The solution I've been using is <BR>&gt; to recreate the java symlink
in /usr/bin and have it point to the <BR>&gt; proper version of java that you more
than likely have already <BR>&gt; downloaded. <BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;
Hope this helps,<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; Jason Warner<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;
On 9/5/07, *Mark Aufdencamp* &lt;<A onclick="Popup.composeWindow('pcompose.php?sendto=mark%40aufdencamp.com');
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wrote:<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; Hi All,<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; I've
been blessed by my network administrator with a new P4 Ubuntu<BR>&gt; 
 workstation of sufficient size and power to give Geronimo 2 and<BR>&gt; Eclipse<BR>&gt;
3.3 a whirl. I've noticed some issues arising over the usage of a<BR>&gt; Jave<BR>&gt;
6 rather than a Java 5 environment. I've also been following the<BR>&gt; Harmony
project.<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; I'm wondering if anyone is utilizing the Harmony
Ubuntu<BR>&gt; JVM/JRE/JDK for<BR>&gt; Eclipse and Geronimo development?<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;
Any recommendations on setting up Java, Eclipse, or Geronimo on Ubuntu<BR>&gt; are
welcome.<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt; Mark Aufdencamp<BR>&gt; <A onclick="Popup.composeWindow('pcompose.php?sendto=Mark%40Aufdencamp.com');
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