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Old 08-06-2008, 02:21 PM
"Kennneth P. Turvey"
 
Default Java Web Start and linux32 on 64 bit machine

I've installed Swiftweasel (a firefox derivative) on my 64 bit Ubuntu
Hardy machine using linux32 and 32 bit libraries. I did this using
directions I found on this forum, and it works great for using Java
applets with my browser, but I can't seem to get Java Web Start apps to
work correctly.

I've tried kicking it off in the browser using the normal procedure of
associating .jnlp scripts with it. When that didn't work I thought that
maybe it was being kicked off in 64 bit mode when I needed it in 32 bit
mode so I wrote the following simple script to fix the problem:

#!/usr/bin/bash
linux32 /usrlib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun-1.6.0.06/bin/javaws "$@"

This wasn't successful either.

It does run when I run it on the command line.
When I do so, I get the following error:

kt@lovelace$ linux32 ./javaws /tmp/DialogDemo.jnlp
Java Web Start splash screen process exiting .....
Splash: sysCreateListenerSocket failed: No such file or directory

Again, I get the same output whether the executable is run in 32 or 64
bit mode.

Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

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Kenneth P. Turvey <kt-usenet@squeakydolphin.com>
http://www.electricsenator.net

The only two things that are infinite in size are the universe and
human stupidity. And I'm not completely sure about the universe.
-- Albert Einstein


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