Re: Java issue

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I don't think that's the issue here. I have j2sdk1.4.2 running on my fedora c2 box, and everything goes very well.
now i am running 2.6.7 vanilla kernel with 8k stack (because of that nvidia driver thing) but i did run the original fc2 kernel without any issue sor far.
now, i am not sure what "large" projects means for you, but i have some projects with over 100 classes. they all compile fine. the fact that they are swing i don't think it's important here.

i have installed eclipse 3.0rc1, if that may be of interest to you.
so, if you just wanna be sure, go ahead, grab the latest vanilla kernel, and give it a try (remember to have REGPARM and 4KSTACKS not configured or setted to "n" in your .config file). you might try eclipse 3.0rc1 if you want (in my oppinion it's very good, stable, not so fast but very good looking :) ), just to be sure. did you try to compile your project with ant?


Keith G. Robertson-Turner wrote:

On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 21:04:17 -0600, Tom wrote:

Quoting Charlie Lesh <[email protected]>:

I've got fc 2 installed with eclipse and j2sdk 1.4.2 from sun. I'm
trying to compile a pretty big project, but I've compiled it before,
and its always worked. However now with FC 2, it dies about 30
seconds in saying the system is out of resources.

I installed 1.5.0, and while it does seem faster (shaved 10 seconds off
of my jboss start time), it doesn't compile my project for other
reasons. looks like the API has changed quite a bit, or something.
Anyway, the project I'm working on might need to make alot of changes to
work with the 1.5 API/VM it looks like. Any other ideas?

Maybe another one of those "8Kstack" issues?


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