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« on: July 01, 2008, 16:23:54 PM »

Hi,

I have a problem. Just installed Kde4 from the repositories and rebooted. It runs fine, but in Kde4 Java is just really spamming error messages in my home folder. They come in like 10 messages a second (really!)

Here is some console output. All the commands are given in +/- 0,3 secs after eachother:

Code:
sander@Klaptop ~ $ rm -f *.log                               
sander@Klaptop ~ $ dir                                       
Afbeeldingen  hs_err_pid9608.log  hs_err_pid9641.log  Muziek
Desktop       hs_err_pid9616.log  hs_err_pid9649.log  TeamSpeak2RC2
Documenten    hs_err_pid9625.log  hs_err_pid9657.log  Video's     
Downloads     hs_err_pid9633.log  hs_err_pid9665.log  Websites     
sander@Klaptop ~ $ dir                                             
Afbeeldingen        hs_err_pid9633.log  hs_err_pid9690.log  Muziek
Desktop             hs_err_pid9641.log  hs_err_pid9698.log  TeamSpeak2RC2
Documenten          hs_err_pid9649.log  hs_err_pid9706.log  Video's
Downloads           hs_err_pid9657.log  hs_err_pid9714.log  Websites
hs_err_pid9608.log  hs_err_pid9665.log  hs_err_pid9722.log
hs_err_pid9616.log  hs_err_pid9673.log  hs_err_pid9730.log
hs_err_pid9625.log  hs_err_pid9682.log  hs_err_pid9738.log
sander@Klaptop ~ $ dir
Afbeeldingen        hs_err_pid9665.log  hs_err_pid9755.log
Desktop             hs_err_pid9673.log  hs_err_pid9763.log
Documenten          hs_err_pid9682.log  hs_err_pid9771.log
Downloads           hs_err_pid9690.log  hs_err_pid9779.log
hs_err_pid9608.log  hs_err_pid9698.log  hs_err_pid9787.log
hs_err_pid9616.log  hs_err_pid9706.log  hs_err_pid9795.log
hs_err_pid9625.log  hs_err_pid9714.log  Muziek
hs_err_pid9633.log  hs_err_pid9722.log  TeamSpeak2RC2
hs_err_pid9641.log  hs_err_pid9730.log  Video's
hs_err_pid9649.log  hs_err_pid9738.log  Websites
hs_err_pid9657.log  hs_err_pid9746.log
sander@Klaptop ~ $

As you can see, they come really fast.
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« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2008, 16:26:01 PM »

Perhaps old JAVA configuration in your user folder (/home/...) can be the problem.
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« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2008, 16:33:15 PM »

I don't know which folder it has to be in... do you have a clue?
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« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2008, 17:25:42 PM »

I don't know which folder it has to be in... do you have a clue?

Hello,

for example my folder:

/home/Andreas/.java

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« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2008, 17:30:44 PM »

Hmm, I don't have that folder...

Code:
sander@Klaptop ~ $ cd .java
bash: cd: .java: Bestand of map bestaat niet
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« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2008, 17:34:09 PM »

Hmm, I don't have that folder...

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sander@Klaptop ~ $ cd .java
bash: cd: .java: Bestand of map bestaat niet

Konqueror > View > Show hidden files

Than you find .java  Wink

Greetings
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« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2008, 17:35:07 PM »

Hello,
Code:
claus@claus-pardus ~ $ su
Passwort:
claus-pardus claus # cd /home/claus/.java
claus-pardus .java #

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« Reply #7 on: July 01, 2008, 18:19:48 PM »

nope, don't have java. It is in your home folder, so you shouldn't need root rights to acces it (but even if I am root, it still doesn't exists). /.java just doesn't exists
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« Reply #8 on: July 01, 2008, 20:40:43 PM »

Guess what... It stopped!  Grin

I really don't have a clue what I did, but my cpu is 'normal' now (around 10%) and my home folder isn't spammed anymore with error messages. I just hope it doesn't start all over again with a reboot, but so far so good Smiley

Thx for all your replies

EDIT: Oh, I remeber why it stopped, I turned java off, but a reboot was needed for the changes to take effect. I don't have the need for Java right now, but I still consider this as a serious bug.

EDIT2: Well, it started again. I would appreciate it if a developer could look at this... and why can't I remove java?
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