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Applet in LINUX fedora core 3

Mradul Mathur
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Joined: Mar 07, 2006
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hi
i m using Linux fedora core 3 , have installed jdk1.5
please help how to set class path in LINUX
Also whats command for sarting applet in Linux(as appletviewer in Windows)???

PLease help me


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Ulf Dittmer
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I'd think that it is named 'appletviewer' in Linux as well. It might not be in your PATH, though - check the various directories containing binaries if something got installed there. It's probably in the same directory as 'javac'.


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Balaji Loganathan
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Check this link explaining about classpath settings...
If the classpath is set properly to jdk, then you would able to run javac, java, appletviewer etc..,


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