I used some GNU/Linux distro and my work is Android Developing in Android Studio. I want to get involved with the FreeBSD operating system. for daily work and Developing Android and Java. is it a good idea to use FreeBSD for developing with Android Studio ?! (what about TrueOS ?! )...
Yesterday I set up the Linux compatibility mode to try to run Android Studio and I found a few things which I do not understand.
Note. I am running FreeBSD 11.2
-] brandelf returns wrong values
$> brandelf /bin/cat
File '/bin/cat' is of brand 'FreeBSD' (9). # OK
Can Java running on FreeBSD execute bash script by default?
I'm getting this error:
Caused by: java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "/exo/platform-public-distributions-develop/plf-community-tomcat-standalone/target/platform-community-5.0.x-SNAPSHOT/platform-community-5.0.x-SNAPSHOT/addon"...
I'm trying to build a working version of Bitsquare. I thought it would be relatively straightforward, but the process is proving more complicated than I would have liked.
Following the build instructions on the github, everything compiles without issues, but the resulting .jar fails to start...
i have on a couple of new servers the problem that the configuration of the port java/openjdk8 fails. I found a bug in the bug reports from August or September but no response there. So maybe someone can help me here.
I am running 11.0-STABLE with a custom kernel and a stripped down world...
I've successfully built Openoffice-4.1.3 on FreeBSD 10.2/PowerPC64 with full functionality, menu icons, toolbars and graphics.
See the below URL if interested:
If you prefer Libreoffice, see my other post in this forum.
So, I'm writing a little database server/manager (I know, don't reinvent the wheel, but is a research project and I got a good idea, innovative, I hope) and from the beginning I thought to write it in Java, but after some researching about "performance and memory issues" I'm not...
Hello, I'm trying to run installer, but when I run it i see this message:
Unpacking JRE ...
Preparing JRE ...
ELF binary type "0" not known.
./TFO-4.0.1480.201-linux-en-retail-9TF-trial30.sh: bin/unpack200: Exec format error
Error unpacking jar...
I've been updating the world using portmaster. Now encounter a problem in making eclipse.
root@Diaxa:/usr/ports/java/eclipse # make install
===> Building for eclipse-4.5.1
[INFO] Scanning for projects...
[INFO] Computing target platform for MavenProject...
As a follow-up to my earlier post last fall, I've been able to create a true native ppc64 build of OpenJDK8. This is not a Zero VM based (interpreted) JDK, but a true native ppc64 JIT build using the Linux PPC code set.
Should anyone be interested, I can make the software available.
yesterday, I attempted to install the latest SmartGit release on my FreeBSD (10.2) and, being written in Java, it should work. But when I run the boot script I get these exceptions:
Error invoking SmartGit
I need to run an application that requires Java JRE 1.3 version, in FreeBSD. As far as I know, the proprietary version of Java is unavailable for FreeBSD, so we need to have the OpenJDK, but I can't find the OpenJDK 1.3 version. Any idea of what could I do? Many thanks.
I'm using FreeBSD 10-stable on my work laptop. Today I've received java core dump file from Solaris:
$ file -b core
ELF 32-bit MSB core file SPARC, version 1 (SYSV), SVR4-style, from '/usr/jdk/jdk1.5.0_12/bin/java -cp ...
Is there any way to fetch more information from this Solaris core...