Originally posted by MATJA_KAE_92
You obviously don't have libstdc++ and -libc6.1-1.so.2 libraries installed.
That's why it's better to install software from RPMs. The sistem finds the dependencies by itself that way. Find a RPM version of java and make a nev "rpm" directory then move the package into it. In MCC open Package manager and set this new directory as a new rpm source (media). This way you will be able to install it from MCC and the needed packages will be installed as well.
Hi MATJA_KAE_92 - I installed Mandrake 10 official, clean copy. Then I installed the libstdc++ libraries. The problem I can see is that the JAVA VM uses an older version of the libstdc++ libraries. I downloaded the libraries needed from the web, and the RPM tool indicated that the version I'm trying to install is older than the one that's CURRENTLY installed. I Also DID installed the JVM from an RPM file, and it did not complain. I tried SUN JDK 1.3 & 1.4 PLUS I tried the IBM VM....and all of them complained about the libstdc++ libraries......Now, how will Mandrake be used as 'n java development platform, if you can't get JAVA running on the damn thing!?