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Re: Problems installing jigsaw under Windows95

From: Remy AMOUROUX <Remy.Amouroux@imag.fr>
Date: 27 May 1997 23:45:02 +0200
To: Matthias.Schmenner@t-online.de (Matthias Schmenner)
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Message-ID: <yxaczptg6141.fsf@dyade.inrialpes.fr>
>>>>> "MS" == Matthias Schmenner <Matthias.Schmenner@t-online.de> writes:

MS> I try to install jigsaw under Windows95. I got JDK 1.1.1 installed
MS> under c:\jdk1.1.1, set the path to %PATH%;c:\jdk1.1.1\bin, set the
MS> CLASSPATH in autoexec.bat to c:\jigsaw/jigsaw/classes/jigsaw.zip
MS> (tried backslashes, too), reboot, and then call java and it starts
MS> with its usage. When I call the command "java w3c.jigsaw.Main
MS> -root c:\jigsaw/Jigsaw/Jigsaw" (tried backslashes, too), java
MS> reported "Can't find class w3c/jigsaw/Main".  From which directory
MS> must this call be started? I tried c:\jigsaw and c:\jigsaw\ and
MS> c:\JIGSAW\SRC\CLASSES, same result.

Are you sure that the variable CLASSPATH is correctly passed to the
DOS-session you are in when launching jigsaw ? I installed and ran
jigsaw on a Windows95 platform and I had no problem because I used
.BAT script that set CLASSPATH correctly before starting the java
application.

Hope this helps

	Remy

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