IDEA 3.0.5v2 / Linux 2.6

Hi,

did anyone manage to use IDEA with Linux 2.6.0test9 ?
I am getting "Copy: Invalid Argument" messages when IDEA wants to copy jar files to the $HOME/.IntelliJIDEA/system/jars directory (using Debian testing). It works fine on the same machine with 2.4.

thanks
Jan

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I see the same problem! I'm glad I found your post ... I've been rebuilding kernels like crazy trying to see if it was an option I screwed up. Any solutions yet?

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Me too except I'm using Linux kernel 2.6.1. Anybody else following this thread?

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There are a few bugs filed for this.
See: (among others)
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=24830

Basically, it's bug in either the JDK or the kernel, depending on your point of view: The JDK uses functionality (in the NIO package) which isn't supported by the kernel, and doesn't implement fall-back behaviour. The kernel used to provide this fall-back behaviour, but doesn't anymore and returns an errorcode.

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