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Re: Newbie with newbie Problems...
> Jerry at Westrick.com wrote:
> Hello All...
> I'm trying to get XMLBLASTER to work, so I can join you all...
> unfortunately my LINUX development expirience can be listed by "cat
That should be enough.
> My linux expirience is better (at least a little) but mostly on the
> operating/installation side. (setting up file-servers, firewalls,
> routes, etc).
> I'm an Expirience developer, but new to linux...
> Get xmlBlaster (CVS) to run on my machine.
> Steps Taken:
> 1. Got cvs downloaded as described in HTML on your website. (did this as
> user "jerry")
I did not know that this is possible as user jerry.
> 2. Installed IBM JDK 1.3 using YAST (SuSE 7.0). Confirmed with "java
> 3. Executed "export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jdk1.3" to create java home... (was
> not defined)
> 4. su root, "cp config/orb.properties $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/orb.properties"
> because "jerry" did not have write/create permission.
> 5. Execued "java -jar lib/xmlBlaster.jar" as user jerry and got error:
> "Failed to load Main-Class manifest attribute from
> Further investigation shows that the xmlblaster.jar does not exist on
> my machine...
> I Assume the the xmlBlaster.jar is part of the "executable"
> distribution and not part of CVS?
Exactly, with cvs we don't keep binaries,
you have to compile it.
Put these two lines into your $HOME/.profile or $HOME/.bashrc
(whichever is used with your distribution)
(don't miss the dot) and login again.
> I looked in to the second installation method, (acutally the one I need
> to use...) but it speaks of Extending a bunch of JAVA environment
> variables which are not defined!
> Question 1
> Since not a single JAVA_... environment variable was defined, I guess
> my java development environment is not correctly installed....
> (Correct?). Or is it that in a Virgin environment I'm just to define
> Question 2
> I realise that this question is placed in the wrong newsgroup but....
> where do I put theese exports so they get exectued at login?
> Thanking you in advance for your time
> Newbie Jerry
> Is it okay to HTML to format theese messages? I don't see anyone else
> doing it! Is this
> another NO NO?
I don't care.
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