I'm totally confused. I had a working make environment. I've been working on integrating it with svn. Now, all of a sudden, I get the error message when I try to make my application:
.../dvsdk/dvsdk_3_10_00_11/xdctools_3_16_01_27/xs.x86U: error: can't create session manager: can't find JVM
The dvsdk folder name is preceeded by more stuff to get to that level. This stuff shouldn't be germane, so I've left it out.
When I google for this error, I either can't find anything or find far too much to cull out what I need.
I didn't intentionally do anything to a JVM. I don't know exactly what xs.x86U does. I tried rebooting.
Did I blow up an environmental variable? What did I possibly do? The only thing I know to do is to try to find the JVM and pointers (env vars) to it, but I can't figure out how to even get to first base on that task.
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I have a temporary workaround. It seems .../dvsdk/dvsdk_3_10_00_11/xdctools_3_16_01_27/jre got corruped by putting it into svn, deleting it, and then checking it out again. I'm trying to include in svn the whole dvsdk, which I've had to customize. I have no clue what ...
Ah, maybe here's the problem. I needed to "make dvsdk" before "make apps", because a clean had happened before, which must have cleaned out the executable from jre, that's needed for "make apps". I don't have the prior bad environment anymore to make sure, but I'll assume that must be my problem.
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