toni at links2linux.de
Thu Jan 25 20:09:59 CET 2007
Am Donnerstag, 25. Januar 2007 19:50 schrieb Vahis:
> Toni wrote:
> > additionally post the result of:
> > rpm -qa | grep java
> > and did you install the full-package or the patch-package ?
> > and your SuSE-Version ....
> > have fun
> > Toni
> My Suse is 10.0.
> rpm -qa | grep java
> This is the situation now and 184.108.40.206_B5 runs fine. That is without the
> latest java security patches.
> So did all the 2.5 versions I had till the java update.
> The java update smashed the 2.5 but it came back after rolling back to
> the above state.
> Then 220.127.116.11 Azureus came out, I installed it and it ran fine.
> It went south after the update and began to work again after rolling
> back to the current state.
> The patches that I don't have now are the ones that are on the update
> servers, that is the security updates.
> It's some time ago I had this incident, it seems that the logs from that
> time don't exist anymore.
so try to do a "full upgrade" of the java packages, and not only the
patch-rpms. perhaps this solve your problem.
do you have a 32bit or 64bit SuSE ?
which Azureus-libswt3-gtk2 is installed ?
rpm -q Azureus-libswt3-gtk2
if the version is NOT
updat to this one
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