Subject Re: Linux Client Unable to complete network request problem
Author venushau
Thanks very much, Roman.

I've use the same security policy file as in the Windows. For
simplier start, I've made the policy file includes the following:

grant {

I used the command:
java -classpath .:../lib/jaybird-full-
2.0.0.jar:../lib/log4j-core.jar TestFBConnection

I'm not sure if the policy file can be read in this way, so I also
tried using an absolute path to set the security policy. But this
also doesn't help.

Thanks for your comment.
Let me try to make a socket connection program for testing.

--- In, "Roman Rokytskyy"
<rrokytskyy@...> wrote:
> > I wonder if this is a problem in the Linux environment settings.
> > Does anyone have an idea?
> Can you check the security policy of your JVM? It might block
> connections for some reason.
> The most easy way to do this is to write small program that opens
a socket
> connection to some specified port. Then you execute that class
using the
> same JVM.
> Roman