FreeBSD startup problem

Hi,

I have trouble launching the build 657 on a FreeBSD 4.7 platform. The system has the linux binary compatibility module loaded.

I tried both the .tgz and the .bin.

Basically what happens is... nothing. Once I entered ./idea.sh, I see two java processes using each about 47% of the CPU but nothing shows up, no error message, nothing...

I've even installed linux-blackdown-JDK1.4 and changed the path from the JRE to this new one but nothing...

I wonder if someone already managed to have Ariadna working on FreeBSD.

Cheers,

P

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Don't feel bad. You're not the only one that can't use IDEA anymore. Those of us that use OS X, Linux PPC, Solaris, VMS, OS/2, or any other non Windows, non Linux, non i386 machine can't use it either.

eric

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Eric,

Those of us that use OS X, Linux PPC, Solaris, VMS, OS/2


I'm not sure that pre-JRE versions Ariadna have ever runned on any of this
platforms. (OSX is not supported from migration to JDK 1.4 which has nothing
to do with JRE bundling).
So, what's the reason of such a tone?

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Mike Aizatsky.
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I never mentioned JRE bundling (in this post). I was stating a fact, JRE bundling or not: Those of us that don't use Windows or Linux on an Intel i386 platform cannot use the latest builds of Ariadna.

And if Ariadna is supposed to be IDEA 3.0, then we cannot use IDEA 3.0 when it is released. Or so it seems.

What ever happened to releasing a version of IDEA 3.0 that is supposed to work with JDK 1.3.1?

And since you brought it up: Ariadna up to build 629 does work on OS X (and presumeably the other platforms I mentioned). Shouldn't you know this?

And since you brought it up: My tone is a bit harsh because from my perspective JetBrains has no regard for their users that use "different" platforms. All I want is an official statement saying you will be supporting us, but based on your recent actions, I have no choice but to draw my own conclusions.

And for the record, I don't really care if you bundle a JRE or not, just do it for EVERY PLATFORM that IDEA 2.6 currently runs on. Don't leave your users out in the cold.

eric

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And since you brought it up: Ariadna up to build 629
does work on OS X (and presumeably the other
platforms I mentioned). Shouldn't you know this?

Mike and you are saying the same thing. Idea 630 was the first java 1.4 build, and this is what stopped it working on OS X.

Interestingly, according to idea's dot com site (http://www.intellij.com/support/faq/general.jsp) Idea not only runs under OS X, it even includes a built-in keymap!


And for the record, I don't really care if you bundle
a JRE or not, just do it for EVERY PLATFORM that IDEA
2.6 currently runs on. Don't leave your users out in
the cold.

+ bulk truckloads.

Actually, I too thought that idea did run on u*ix platforms. The download page even says that the bin and tar.gz d/loads are, respectively, Unix Installer and Unix pack.

my 2.2c (incl GST)

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Actually, I too thought that idea did run on
u*ix platforms. The download page even says that the


Sorry for splitting hairs, but I don't "think" that IDEA runs on other unix platorms, I know it does. And I know this from experience. I've run it not only on Windows and Linux, but on OS X, Solaris, and Linux PPC. But alas, that was before the 1.4 requirement and now the custom JRE requirement.

bin and tar.gz d/loads are, respectively, Unix
Installer and Unix pack.


Exactly. So either they need to fix Ariadna so it actually runs everywhere 2.x does, or they need to fix their site and stop giving us a false sense of security.

<![CDATA[ My company bought 4 or 5 licenses of IDEA 2.x. In doing so, we also bought the ability to upgrade for free for 1 year. And now, as far as I can tell, when 3.0 comes out we won't be able to take advantage of what we paid for. And soon, when I have to walk upstairs and tell management that the software we bought, less than a year ago, is no longer supported on all our platforms I get to take the heat for making the bad decision. ]]>

eric

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Interestingly, according to idea's dot com site

(http://www.intellij.com/support/faq/general.jsp) Idea not only runs under
OS X, it even includes a built-in keymap!
>

You've probably forgotten that Ariadna is not released yet.

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Best regards,
Mike Aizatsky.
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http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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not only on Windows and Linux, but on OS X, Solaris, and Linux PPC. But

alas, that was before the 1.4 requirement and now the custom JRE
>requirement.

Concerning "custom JRE requirement":

Here's a way to make the "custom jre":

1. Copy the jre directory to idea-home directory
2. Copy jdk-home/lib/tools.jar to idea-home/jre/lib/tools.jar
3. Copy javac executable from jdk-home/bin to idea-home/jre/bin

IDEA should start with this configuration.

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Eugene Zhuravlev
JetBrains, Inc, http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Eric B. Ridge" <ebr@tcdi.com> wrote in message
news:1571698.1034649987344.JavaMail.jrun@is.intellij.net...

Actually, I too thought that idea did run on
u*ix platforms. The download page even says that the

>

Sorry for splitting hairs, but I don't "think" that IDEA runs on other

unix platorms, I know it does. And I know this from experience.
I've run it not only on Windows and Linux, but on OS X, Solaris, and Linux
PPC. But alas, that was before the 1.4 requirement and now the custom JRE
requirement.
>

bin and tar.gz d/loads are, respectively, Unix
Installer and Unix pack.

>

Exactly. So either they need to fix Ariadna so it actually runs

everywhere 2.x does, or they need to fix their site and stop giving us a
false sense of security.
>

<rant>
My company bought 4 or 5 licenses of IDEA 2.x. In doing so, we also

bought the ability to upgrade for free for 1 year. And now, as far as I can
tell, when 3.0 comes out we won't be able to take advantage of what we paid
for.
>

And soon, when I have to walk upstairs and tell management that the

software we bought, less than a year ago, is no longer supported on all our
platforms I get to take the heat for making the bad decision.

</rant>

>

eric



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You've probably forgotten that Ariadna is not
released yet.


What does that mean? Will Ariadna, when released, support OS X (and other Unix platforms) or not?

eric

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