On Tue, 24 Jan 2006, Paul Jakma wrote:
> What's in /home/gavin/NavDiag/config/EPEventDef.txt?:
Well spotted, seems to be a key possibly for understanding some of the
> It's a java app btw. So you likely didn't that libstdc++ version, least
> not any greater extent than the JRE needing it (ie any compatible JVM
> should work).
I think since that it's the binary installer program which needs the
library, not the app itself. It seems to ship with its own JRE which might
explain why it's 31MB. The shell script one executes is a non-free wrapper
script used called LAX (LaunchAnywhere -- Zero G software) which seems to
probably detect an installed JRE or use the shipped one instead. I'll look
at it later.
> You might want to poke at the problem from a Java level instead. You might
> find there are identifiable classes that can parse the data for you and
> present you with meaningful data back ;).
I guess I might, maybe.
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