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/usr/local/java/bin/../bin/i586/java:
Can't resolve symbol '__lib_malloc'
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You have to do two things:

Include Java support in your kernel.

Install the Java Developmente Kit Or the Java run time environment. See the java how-to for details.

If you have done this you have to be more specific about your problem.

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Thank you.
!! See the java how-to for details.
In the hoe-to,I find RPM FORMAT,
1. What is rpm format?
2. How can I unarchive the rpm format?
3. How do I use these?


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