OpenJDK is missing, but suddenly 150_j programs are available ... where from?


#1

ancestris_j is activated - how is this possible?


#2

There is no ancestris in the HaikuPorts repo. Ask your provider.


#3

You can see the origin of a package by activating the “Repository” column of the list.


#4

Hello. There are an issue with the OpenJDK recipe:


#5

openjdk_x86-1.7.u80_b32-3-x86_gcc2.hpkg.zip


#6

openjdk_x86-1.8.u40_b27-2-x86_gcc2.hpkg.zip


#7

Thanks, but: I also know the Google search …


#8

Thank you ~ of course right click ~ what I always say ~ but forgot here!
Incomprehensible why this is not enabled by default …

_j programs came (almost all) from the clasquin-johnson “Michel” repository (download option). 150 that worked, not for some time.
Here are 3 screen shots:


#9

Pardon me, I was not precise in my statement.
OpenJDK is missing, means here, it is present (also activated), but it is not found (seen):


#10

kim1963, I am ashamed ~ again I have not looked exactly enough!
Please forgive me!
After I used your first link and installed OpenJDK 1.7, I was able to install and run several _j programs under Haiku x86-gcc2 hrev52094.
Ancestris 0.9 could be installed (without complaining), but it ‘flashed’ only briefly on the tracker, nothing more.


#11

Just to remind people: installing packages downloaded from somewhere on the net can be risky. Not to insinuate anything here in particular, just saying…


#12

Here is Ancestris officially available:
https://depot.haiku-os.org/#!/pkg/ancestris_j/clasqm/0/9/0/-/1/x86_gcc2?bcguid=bc197-RISF


#13

That is not the HaikuPorts repo.