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May
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comment Compiling OpenJDK 7 without X
Well I was all excited about that option for a second, but then I found this: mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/build-dev/2012-March/…
May
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comment Compiling OpenJDK 7 without X
Yeah, I think you are right, but this does get me a little down the path. I really feel like there have to be compile-time options floating around somewhere to do it but Oracle's stupid build infrastructure is nigh-impossible to grok.
May
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comment Compiling OpenJDK 7 without X
Oh, thanks - I was looking at the Debian sources and it is U-G-L-Y
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comment Compiling OpenJDK 7 without X
Correct, RHEL/CentOS/Fedora do not provide an analogue to those.
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revised Compiling OpenJDK 7 without X
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comment How do I configure separate adapters for internal and external networks in a VM?
"Internal Networking is similar to bridged networking in that the VM can directly communicate with the outside world. However, the "outside world" is limited to other VMs on the same host which connect to the same internal network." This doesn't do what I want. I need one adapter to speak to the outside world (through my modem) and one to speak only to my internal 192.168.*.* subnet. Is that even possible?
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comment Grep all files in a directory and print matches with filename
Awesome, that works perfectly. Thanks!
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comment Grep all files in a directory and print matches with filename
Haha, fair enough. I want a better solution, hence the question :)
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