I installed fastdebug build of JDK 6 (Linux x64 version, since there is no Ubuntu specific build) in
/usr/lib/jvm directory, manually set during installation process. Installation completed successfully (at least such a message was showed at the end). Now I have
I ran this command to install (if it matters):
sudo java -jar jdk-6u25-ea-bin-b03-linux-amd64-debug-27_feb_2011.jar
When I run:
sudo update-alternatives --config java
I see all my JVMs (open jdk, sun, etc.) but there is no fastdebug build in the list to choose. I also ran the following:
sudo update-java-alternatives --jre -s jdk1.6.0_25
But it says:
"directory does not exist: /usr/lib/jvm/jdk.1.6.0_25"
Why so? The directory does exist! how to add this jdk to the list? I have the same problem with IBM's jdk. I also can't add it to the alternatives to select for the same reason ("directory does not exist..."). What did I do wrong?
PS. according to the information on the site, all files are made in
fastdebug/jre/bin directories executable using