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From skipjack <>
Subject Re: 3967 errors: compile roller for Debian install to replace Blojsom blog
Date Sun, 23 Sep 2007 23:15:48 GMT
I had the same problems with ubreakable linux from oracle, I d/l'd the sun
jre and everything worked.

On 9/23/07, Leon Messerschmidt <>
> Hi David,
> I haven't used Debian for a while, but as far as I can recall the
> default Java runtime classes was something like libgcj (or some other
> non-sun implementation).  That could be your problem.
> I usually don't use the JDK that comes with the package manager - just
> to make sure everything is in the exact version that I want it.
> ~ Leon
> On Sun, 2007-09-23 at 16:07 -0500, david wrote:
> > Hello roller gurus and users, I have recently downloaded roller. My
> intentions are to deploy roller on my Debian box. The only success I have
> had installing anything on my Debian box is to compile the target app on the
> Debian box directly. So, I would like to compile roller for a successful
> install on my Debian box such that I can have my blog back and not have to
> use Blojsom. Unfortunately, I am having a lot a problems compiling roller.
> When I run ant I get 3,967 errors. Many of the problems are imports that
> cannot be resolved because I am minus very many jars and classes obviously.
> And, it appears these missing classes and jars need to be in the CLASSPATH.
> How to get all of the contributing jars and classes to make the compiler
> happy? I have read all of the PDF and HTML doco and I have Googled this
> problem to ad nauseum. Any and all ideas, suggestions and rants and raves
> welcomed. Please advise, David.
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