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Rogue wrote:
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Karl Larsen wrote:
Ed Greshko wrote:
Karl Larsen wrote:
Les Mikesell wrote:
Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:

Your complaints about the GPL always boil down to the
   Returning to Java, I have installed the one from the Sun web site.
It is an rpm with a wrapper that allows them to force you to sign
something. Then it installs something but it must be incomplete.

   I want java so I can load jedit so I can write to the wiki at the
Fedora Doc's site. It is supposed to be simple. The jedit site said do
this:

$ jar jedit4.3pre12install.jar

but alas there is no active jar on my Fedora. Earlier Fedora it worked
but on F8 it doesn't.

What have I done wrong?

I don't know what you did wrong.  But on my F8 system I did install
Sun's jdk (jdk-6u3-linux-i586.rpm)
and there is /usr/bin/jar.




   I looked and no /usr/bin/jar but there is a /usr/bin/java which lead
to gij which seems to work but not. It did this:

[karl k5di Desktop]$ gij jedit4.3pre12install.jar
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
jedit4.3pre12install.jar
  at gnu.java.lang.MainThread.run(libgcj.so.8rh)
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: jedit4.3pre12install.jar
not found in gnu.gcj.runtime.SystemClassLoader{urls=[file:./],
parent=gnu.gcj.runtime.ExtensionClassLoader{urls=[], parent=null}}
  at java.net.URLClassLoader.findClass(libgcj.so.8rh)
  at gnu.gcj.runtime.SystemClassLoader.findClass(libgcj.so.8rh)
  at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(libgcj.so.8rh)
  at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(libgcj.so.8rh)
  at gnu.java.lang.MainThread.run(libgcj.so.8rh)
[karl k5di Desktop]$

It appears that the jedit file may be bad.

Geeze

Karl



Karl,

If you are doing a default x86 Sun JDK install, you will find the
distributables in /usr/java/jdk.../bin directory. If you are using Java
6 then you should also see /usr/java/default and /usr/java/latest
symlinks pointing to the Java6 directory.

You could add /usr/java/default/bin to your path (either by modifying
/etc/profile file, or in any other file that you use to setup your
environment)

Now, you should be able to run whatever command that you wanted to run:
	java -jar XYZ.jar

HTH,
Rogue
Hi Rogue, I would never guessed the above. Turns out you need to be using a root login. But I have the jEdit installed but now reading the man page to see how to do it :-)

Thank you so much. I was sure that having no /usr/bin/jar meant I did something wrong. But the new stuff takes new ways. Thanks a lot!

Karl


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