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I have just downloaded jkd for linux from blackdown after unziping the file and going in the bin directory the execution of and file such as java, javac gives "bad command error". when the execution commands are true for everyone. please help if i an missing any essential settings.
 
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Originally posted by prashz:
I have just downloaded jkd for linux from blackdown after unziping the file and going in the bin directory the execution of and file such as java, javac gives "bad command error". when the execution commands are true for everyone. please help if i an missing any essential settings.


You environment variable PATH probably in't set right. This can be setup in your .profile or in your .login or a script called by one of these. .profile and/or .login should reside in your HOME dir. This is the directory that you are in when you first log on. You need to set your PATH and CLASSPATH environment variables in one of these. (any book on Linux should show this)
 
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