guidance for installing openjdk7 64-bit linux
David.Holmes at oracle.com
Wed Apr 20 00:38:23 UTC 2011
As per your other thread ... in your output directory you will find
j2sdk_image and j2re_image. The former is the full JDK you built; the
latter is a JRE for what you built.
Copy these to wherever on your machine is appropriate (though you can
even run them from where they are).
Building the JDK is like downloading a tarball of the JDK binaries - you
put it where you want.
luxInteg said the following on 04/20/11 04:18:
> I am a novice with building/installing openJDK. I just managed luckily to
> compile openjdk-b138 on a dual core AMD64-cpu-based-cblfs-linux-running
> computer. The list below shows the stuff that were built.
> -- Build times ----------
> Target all_product_build
> Start 2011-04-19 15:13:27
> End 2011-04-19 15:39:23
> 00:02:26 corba
> 00:07:53 hotspot
> 00:00:30 jaxp
> 00:00:34 jaxws
> 00:13:40 jdk
> 00:00:53 langtools
> 00:25:56 TOTAL
> The Makefile in the base directory does not have an 'install' entry. So
> there is no 'make instal' option. So I would be grateful for some help for
> what to copy from the build tree to the desired location to make a workable
> instalation of openJDK7.
> thanks in advance
> yours sinceely
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