[SunRay-Users] SRSS on Debian
Meik.Hellmund at math.uni-leipzig.de
Tue Jan 30 17:49:45 EET 2007
Clarke <sean.clarke at sec-consulting.co.uk> writes:
> All in all, how Did you find it?
I only wish Sun would open-source it. Then the support for different
Linux distributions could be easier and we don't need to install
outdated libraries on our Debian or Ubuntu boxes.
> I had been dreading trying to get it to work with Ubuntu (Edgy), but thanks to that guide it was surprisingly painless. I had a bit of an issue regarding Java paths (hard coded paths in the scipts), but this was because I deviated from the UbuntuOnSunRay guide and wanted JSE 5 or 6.
I think the java in /etc/opt/SUNWut/jre is used only by SRSS
itself. You can have another java for all other applications. And I think
they know best which version is optimal for them. So I didn't bother with
this and installed the version that comes with SRSS (java 1.4.2)
in /etc/opt/SUNWut/jre, as suggested in the Debian-SRSS guide.
> I'd like to try it on Nexenta, but just haven't had the time.
Another very interesting unsupported OS.
Please keep us informed.
Institut fuer Mathematik, Uni Leipzig
e-mail: Meik.Hellmund at math.uni-leipzig.de
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