On 08/18/2010 11:16 PM, Martijn Brinkers wrote:
It's a bug in the updated Ubuntu OpenJDK package. I have contacted the
package maintainer and explained what goes wrong.
Thanks. Can you let us know, when
they fixed it? I'd be happy to test on
my ubuntu that's still on 8.04.
Hopefully an updated
OpenJDK package will soon be available. I will investigate a possible
workaround and provide more information tomorrow.
Martijn Brinkers wrote:
It seems that there is a bug in Ubuntu 8.04. Ubuntu now seems to have
added the missing package ca-certificates-java but this results in the
removal of ANT and therefore Djigzo will be uninstalled because Djigzo
depends on ANT.
I will contact Ubuntu to report the problem and see whether I can find a
temporary fix until they fix it.
Again: DON'T dist-upgrade when using 8.04 (the Virtual Appliance is
we use Ubuntu 8.04 LTS with Djigzo and openjdk as Java VM. With the
recent updates we got the following problems:
- The openjdk updates require the package "ca-certificates-java" which
is not available in the online repositories for Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
- If the package "ca-certificates-java" is installed "by hand" the
following "apt-get dist-upgrade" try to remove ant,ant-optional and
While this is for sure a problem of the openjdk package it would be
nice to hear if someone is using Ubuntu 8.04 and is aware of some
workaround for this beside not using updates.
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