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Jigsaw on Windows98

From: Brian Eberman <bse@alum.mit.edu>
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 1998 22:08:03 -0400 (EDT)
To: <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000201bdeb57$7350d000$861e8018@galileo.ne.mediaone.net>
I managed to get the Jigsaw server to run on Windows 98, but I can't get the
admin tool to work. There seems to be a problem in the awt portion of the
java 1.1.6 on Windows 98. Window events cause large amounts of errors to be
printed to the command console, and the app really doesn't do anything.  Sun
says that they did little testing of 1.1.6 on windows 98 they are
recommending 1.1.7.  Will the admin system run with 1.1.7?  Anyone know how
to find it at javasoft?  I couldn't find it in early releases.  Finally, how
hard would it be to put the CGI/forms interface back on the basic server. I
was thinking of doing this. It would seem like a CGI interface could be put
behind the actual server that used the HTTP protocol needed for the admin
system to communicate with the admin system and set the parameters.  This
would eliminate use of awt which seems to be the problem.

Brian Eberman.
Received on Tuesday, 29 September 1998 03:47:11 UTC

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