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From: "J. L. Schilling" <jls@kauai.nj.sco.com>
Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.programmer,comp.unix.sco.misc
Subject: Re: java 1.3, SCO 5.0.5 and libhpi.so
Date: 26 Sep 2001 16:41:29 GMT
Message-ID: <9ot0fp$ost$1@hobbes.ca.sco.com> 
References: <3BB1EBC9.3A1A3B73@ops.de> 

In comp.unix.sco.programmer Carsten Hammer <carsten.hammer@ops.de> wrote:

: Variant 2, does not work
: /usr/java2/bin/java -classpath
: /usr/java/swingall.jar:/home/chammer/MYGUI.jar -ms6m -mx12m
: -Dframe.xerror=6 -Dframe.yerror=5 -Dswing.installedlafs=
: -Dx.display=$DISPLAY MYGUI  &



: Error message:
: dynamic linker : /usr/java2/bin/../bin/x86at/green_threads/java : could
: not open libhpi.so

When this happens it's usually because the LD_LIBRARY_PATH that the
/usr/java2/bin/java wrapper script doesn't get honoured by the operating
system, and that's usually because the desktop window (xterm, dtterm,
whatever) has some special privilege.

-- 
Jonathan Schilling
 

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