On 26/03/11 18:34, Mat Booth wrote:
In F14's OpenJDK, the default java.library.path currently does
include /usr/local/lib or /usr/local/lib64 so if a third party JNI
library installs itself into one of those directories then the JVM
will not know about it.
Is this a bug? I think it would be appropriate if /usr/local/lib and
/usr/local/lib64 were included in the default java.library.path
I wouldn't have thought so. /usr/local/lib isn't really standard for
anything. Even if we could patch OpenJDK to do this, the third party
apps would immediately break with any other JRE.
Doesn't it make more sense for the app to know where its native library
is, and load it from the right place?