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Java GUI, Linux, AMD 64bit: "Cannot load JNI library"

I tried to use the 32bit Linux version of java gui under an AMD64bit Linux installation.

JVM is 64bit (Blackdown)

libstdc++ is 32bit

SAP GUI for Java 6.40rev6

The logon pad launches, but at attempting to launch a system I get the following errors:

ERROR: Cannot load shared library 'JPlatin' or some dependent library: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no JPlatin in java.library.path

ERROR: GuiConnection: Connect failed

JniAgiLibAdaptor.<init>: Cannot load JNI library

My guess is that this is similar to MAC on intel yet unsupported platform issue.

If so:

a. are there plans to support 64bit Linux

b. is there a work-around? (e.g. installing 32bit jvm, a chrooted 32bit installation)

Thank you all,

Menelaos Maglis

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2006 at 10:41 AM


    we currently have no concrete plans to support 64bit because of lack of resources to port the native parts of SAP GUI for Java.

    As a workaround I suggest to use the 32bit JVM listed in the system requirements for Linux.

    Best regards


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