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hi would any one be kind to tell me how to run java app from linux box ? I need an exact command is it the same as in windows ? sorry if it's obviouse i don't use Unix . Thanks.
 
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You've got it. It's the same as in Windows:
java MyClassName
or
java -jar MyClassJar.jar
Case sensitive, naturally.
I think there are some shells out there that will check the appfile and when they see the "CAFEBABE" signature will automatically feed the class to the Java program, but the above certainly works.
[This message has been edited by Tim Holloway (edited July 31, 2001).]
 
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