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Re: j2se



More than likely you don't have it in your path. IIRC it installs into
/usr/java/$VERSION/ where $VERSION is the jre version. Just set your
PATH to include /usr/java/$VERSION/bin, such as:

export PATH=$PATH:/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1_02/bin

Elliot

On Thu, 2003-04-17 at 07:36, anthony baldwin wrote:
> I have downloaded and installed j2re-1_4_-rc-linux-i586.rpm
> about 20 times now.  I have uninstalled and removed and reinstalled
> it til I am blue in the face.
> Still, everytime I run across java content I am told that I lack it!
> And, I can't run .jar files and OpenOffice.org instisted that there was no java environment installed when I recently upgraded to OOo1.0.2
> 
> What the heck?!?
> 
> tony
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