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Re: JDK 1.2.x for OpenBSD?
My approach is typically to run OpenBSD as firewall, nat, nfs server, etc
etc, even web-server, but run Java on another platform. You should be able
to compile the mod_jk or mod_jserv for OpenBSD then run the actual Java on
another machine. This is actually a little safer configuration, as the
jserv protocols are not directly accessible from the http port, and the
whole setup is a little harder to hack.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Keusch" <email@example.com>
To: "Christian Edward Gruber" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2001 8:40 AM
Subject: Re: JDK 1.2.x for OpenBSD?
> On Tue, Jan 16, 2001 at 09:42:20PM -0500, Christian Edward Gruber wrote:
> Hi Christian,
> > For now, I'd consider 1.1.8, backported 1.1 collections, and Tomcat,
> > I'd have to say that OpenBSD is simply not yet a Java-supporting
> > that I would run as my primary production environment. I hope it will
> > become comparable (and am working to make it so) by its next release,
> > present it simply isn't there yet if you need Java2.
> thank you very much for this detailed and up to date information.
> I guess we will go for another OS for this server and then replace it
> after re-evaluation of OpenBSD at a later time, i.e. next release.
> Nevertheless we ordered a copy of OpenBSD for playing around in the
> Good luck for your work on these issues, and have a nice day!