config problem

Michael R. Harper mikihasa at
Wed Feb 25 04:57:20 PST 1998

Dear Rick,

I use csh under BSDI 3.1.  Somebody else posted about shared libraries,
but I was not sure what to make of it.

Hopefully, the need to resolve such issues will disappear with the
advent of the new era of Kaffe from Transvirtual.


Michael R. Harper
mikihasa at

Rick Innis wrote:

> > I still have the problem:
> >
> > mclean1: {33} % jdb
> > java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no net in shared library path
> H'm. Okay, for one thing I should have read your error messages
> more carefully 'cos I was wrong. (It's looking for "net" which means
> it's really looking for libnet.a which is what you had in the first
> place.)
> This is a very basic question, but are you exporting your
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable? You'll need to do that if you're using a
> Bourne-style shell (sh, ksh, bash, zsh) If you're using a C-shell
> style shell (csh, tcsh) then using setenv should put it into the
> environment automagically.
> > Does kaffe actually look at these files as it runs, or just during
> > compilation?
> It looks for them at run-time.
> > P.P.S.:  Thanks for responding.
> No problem, though I apologise for being wrong first time.
>         --Rick.

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