[Djigzo users] Warning: Java update and JCE unlimited strength policy files
martijn at djigzo.com
Wed Apr 7 09:31:53 CEST 2010
I have attached the JCE policy script that is used by the Virtual
Appliance to restore the JCE policy files.
Note: Only use this script if you manually installed Djigzo on Ubuntu
8.04. You can stop reading if you are using the Virtual Appliance or
are using CentOS/RedHat.
You can use this script if you want Djigzo to restore the installed JCE
policy files after a restart (1) and do not want to manually install the
JCE policy files.
Instructions on using the script:
$ sudo cp djigzo-appliance /etc/init.d/
$ sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/djigzo-appliance
$ sudo chown root:root /etc/init.d/djigzo-appliance
$ sudo update-rc.d djigzo-appliance defaults 10 30
I will add these instructions to the installation guides.
(1) a restart will start the restore script before restarting Djigzo.
Martijn Brinkers wrote:
> Today Ubuntu issued an update for OpenJDK (Java). If OpenJDK is updated
> it seems that the Ubuntu OpenJDK installer overwrites the JCE unlimited
> strength policy files. The Virtual Appliance will restore the JCE
> unlimited strength policy after a restart (from a backup copy) but this
> is not the case when Djigzo is manually installed using the .deb files
> on Ubuntu 8.04.
> Newer releases of Ubuntu (and RedHat/CentOS) use an updated version of
> OpenJDK which no longer require the JCE unlimited strength policy files
> to be installed.
> You can check whether the JCE unlimited strength policy is still in
> place after upgrading Java by opening Djigzo Web. If there is no warning
> about missing "JCE unlimited strength policy" then the policy is still
> in place. If not reinstall jce_policy-6.zip (like you did before).
> In sum:
> if using Ubuntu >= 9.04 or CentOS/RedHat 5.3/5.4 then you do NOT need to
> install "JCE unlimited strength policy files"
> if using Djigzo Virtual Appliance a restart after upgrade of Java
> ()openJDK) will automatically reinstall the "JCE unlimited strength
> policy files"
> if using Ubuntu 8.04 the "JCE unlimited strength policy files" should be
> reinstalled after upgrading Java.
> Newer releases of Ubuntu use an OpenJDK which no longer require the "JCE
> unlimited strength policy files". Once the new Long Term Release (LTS)
> of Ubuntu is released Djigzo will use by default the new LTS version.
> Kind regards,
> Martijn Brinkers
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