I'm having trouble installing JBuilder 4 on Redhat 7.
It seems that the VM used by the installer refuses to initialise
having decompressed itself into memory.
I know there where problems befour with the glibc libraries so
I've installed the latest updates but to no avail.
Neither the CD install I've got or the download from the Borland site
will initialise. There's no error message either, it just finda hangs.
I would specify the Sun JDK running on my machine already but
the VM, installer, and the package itself are all bundled up together
in one binary file.
Any Ideas ?
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