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If you are building JDK, KSH is necessary during the compile.
If your X Window System is installed anywhere other than /usr/X11R6:
Until the upstream source is fixed, you can use the following commands to modify the appropriate files without having the /usr/X11R6 compatibility symlink. Be sure to replace both instances of <$PREFIX> in the code block below with the appropriate path.
for file in `find . -name Makefile \ -or -name Imakefile -or -name *.gmk` do sed -i 's@/usr/X11R6@<$PREFIX>@g' $file done && sed -i 's@/usr/X11R6@<$PREFIX>@g' \ j2se/src/solaris/native/sun/awt/fontpath.c \ j2se/src/solaris/classes/sun/awt/motif/linux.fontconfig.Sun.properties \ j2se/src/solaris/classes/sun/awt/motif/linux.fontconfig.RedHat.3.properties
If you use a timestamp based packager (install-log)
If you are using a package manager that logs installations such as install-log, you will need to touch each file after installation. Use the following commands:
for file in `find /opt/jdk/ -type f` do touch $file done
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