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K Ville
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I am trying to run Sun's w/ JMF thru appletviewer. I am getting a NoClassDefFoundError: javax\media\ControllerListener. Is it in the codebase/archive param? I actually don't know what to put there.

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Joe Ess

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Read the FAQ.

Q: Why don't JMF applets work in my browser?
Possible reasons are:
* JMF is not properly installed on your machine or is not available on the website that contains the applet in question. Run the JMF diagnostics applet to see if JMF is installed properly:
* Your browser does not have a JDK 1.1.x compatible Java VM. Upgrade to a more recent version of the browser.
* The applet might have thrown a security exception - check the Java Console pertaining to your browser.

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