Did you create these files under Windows? Unix isn't very tolerant of the extra end-of-line character (^M) that Windows text files uses. Java's text I/O services will accept it and throw it away, but most native Unix apps will get annoyed.
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Hi Tim, Thanks for your help. As i had one last option i resorted to it. I formatted and reinstalled everything and it worked fine. Thanks, Sai. [ April 25, 2006: Message edited by: Sai Shanker ]