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problem in starting jboss AS5.1.0.GA

 
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hi..
i am trying to start jboss AS5.1.0.GA.. i am using java version 6

i get the following when i try run.bat from command prompt



i have set JAVA_HOME and JBOSS_HOME without spaces in their path names.. how can i change my run.bat file to start my server.


Thanks.
 
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I'd seriously consider upgrading. JBoss AS 7.1.1 has been released quite some time ago, and Java 6 is already end-of-life.
 
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+1 to what Rob said. I too recommend that you use the latest released version (which by the way is WildFly 8.0.0.Final http://wildfly.org/downloads/ - JBoss AS has been renamed to WildFly) instead of using the very old and buggy 5.x version.
 
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The problem is that when git was added to the path, you placed quotes around it. Remove he quotes. See line 192 and 193.
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