[Bamboo-Users] bamboo on freebsd
kjean at ee.ucl.ac.uk
Wed Jul 19 05:29:03 PDT 2006
I have successfully got bamboo running on FreeBSD. Thank you Sean and Thomas
for your help.
To run bamboo on FreeBSD the library file libdb_java-4.2.so needs to be
found in the bamboo/lib/freebsd directory. I generated this file using the
Berkeley Database version 4.2.52, from www.sleepycat.com.
To create this file, download db4.2.52 from www.sleepycat.com and unzip.
in the db4.2.52/build_unix directory on FreeBSD. Ensure that in your
environmental settings, there is the path to the <java install dir>/bin
directory where javac is found, the real path to it as the path to a
symbolic link is no good. This is used to locate the jni.h header file in
the <java install dir>/include directory. Otherwise just put the jni.h
header file in path environmental settings or in the db4.2.52/build_unix
After it has been configured, do
Then go to the db4.2.52/build_unix/.libs directory and copy the
libdb_java-4.2.so library file to the bamboo/lib/freebsd directory.
Hopefully in the next cvs snapshot for bamboo this file will be available in
the bamboo/lib/freebsd directory.
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