I have needed to change my linux version to redhat. I have downloaded the j2se called j2sdk-1_4_1-beta-linux-i586-rpm.bin At command prompt type $./j2sdk-1_4_1-beta-linux-i586-rpm.bin After agreeing to the license it opened a directory: (1) j2sdk1.4.1 iside this directory 1 hidden file called .systemPrefs (2) j2sdk-1_4_1-beta-linux-i586-rpm At command prompt typed: $ rpm -iv j2sdk-1_4_1-beta-linux-i586-rpm Preparing packages for installation ... j2sdk-1.4.1-beta But there is no folder called j2sdk-1.4.1-beta Nor is there anything in the folder j2sdk1.4.1 What can I do? Please help
An RPM file will not unpack like a tar (which seems to be what you are expecting). You can see where files were installed by using the following command: rpm -ql jdk I believe Red Hat installs the jdk in /usr/java Jim
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Thank you vert much James O'Dell I am very greatful. Yes indeed you are correct. Please note I have read the j2se documentation and followed there installation instruction for linux at this url: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4/install-linux.html. Unless one has used linux redhat before one could not know where it installs these programs??? I believe I can follow instruction but Sun are sometimes inconsiderate for some mere mortal users? If they provided this then I would not need to be so concerned. Another Question: I just want to make sure everything I will be doing is correct. If I wanted to execute the java and javac commands from any where, would I edit the .bash_profile file? My OS is Linux Redhat 7.2 If so I have three of these files located at (1) /var/lib/nfs/.bash_profile (2) /etc/skel/.bash_profile (3) /home/sid/.bash_profile Which one should I edit? Here is my bash_profile located at /home/sid/.bash_profile: #.bash_profile # Get the aliases and functios if [ -f ~/bashrc ]; then . ~/.bashrc fi # user specific aliases and functions and startup programs PATH=$PATH:$HOME/bin export PATH unset Username ------------------------------------------------- I believe I have to set the environment path??? export PATH=$PATH:/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1/bin If so where in the above file should I type this?
Here's a real-world .bash_profile I use. The only unusual thing is the stuff relating to the EJBWizard. The JOnAS stuff is for my EJB server of choice (http://www.objectweb.org/jonas).
[ August 19, 2002: Message edited by: Tim Holloway ]
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Sid, You are correct, you want to edit /home/sid/.bash_profile add your new "export PATH=" statement to the end of the file. The /etc/skel/.bash_profile is a default file that will be put into a new user's home directory. For example, when you added "sid" as a user the system copied /etc/skel/.bash_profile to /home/sid.
I know it can seem difficult to find all of the information you need in order to use a product like the j2sdk on RedHat or any flavor of Linux. However, it's not really Sun's responsibility to give that level of operating system support(except for Solaris of course). A lot of frustration can be avoided by spending some time learning the fundamentals of the OS. Keep at it, and good luck. Jim
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