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Sun One Studio 4 CE re-Installtion

 
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Hi all
I dunno if this place is appropriate to ask this
query. But still,..
Well, the prob is I had to re-install my Win 2k, now
the <Program Files> folder remained intact, & when I
am trying to re-install Sun One Studio 4 CE, it is not
being installed..infact the drive letter was also
changed frm E:\ to D:\(is that creating a problem..)
Dunno where the error is ..?? Is there any place from
where we can know the error...
Hope I am clear
Tia
Malhar
 
Malhar Barai
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I am still stuck at this..!!!...
MB
 
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Are you getting an error during the installation or when you try to run the program? What error are you getting?
 
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Hi..
Its during the intallation that I face the problem, I hv tried to debug it
using the following at command prompt:
ffj_ce_win32_en/bin -is:log d:\stlog.txt
the output of the file is :


------------------
file type: 5
file id: 0
length: 1009
offset: 249925
file name: Verify.jar
file type: 0
file id: 1
length: 145
offset: 250934
file name: instructions.txt
file type: 2
file id: 2
length: 728
offset: 251079
file name: launch.txt
file type: 1
file id: 3
length: 720
offset: 251807
file name: sun_win32_14X.jvm
file type: 1
file id: 4
length: 853
offset: 252527
file name: sun_win32_131.jvm
file type: 1
file id: 5
length: 1194
offset: 253380
file name: sun_win32_13X.jvm
file type: 1
file id: 6
length: 1069
offset: 254574
file name: sun_win32_13.jvm
file type: 1
file id: 7
length: 881
offset: 255643
file name: ibm_win32_130.jvm
file type: 6
file id: 8
length: 41791702
offset: 256524
file name: ffj_ce_en.jar
Finding a JVM
Initiating JVM search based on hints...
Searching for Sun Java Development Kit (JDK) 1.4.X by Sun Microsystems using platform hints
Checking JVM at D:\j2sdk1.4.1_01 which was resolved from platform hint \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Development Kit\1.4\JavaHome
Verifying JVM at D:\j2sdk1.4.1_01\bin\java.exe
for JVM: Sun Java Development Kit (JDK) 1.4.X by Sun Microsystems
Executing launch script command: "D:\j2sdk1.4.1_01\bin\java.exe" -cp "D:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1.WWW\LOCALS~1\Temp\LREF.tmp\Verify.jar" "Verify" java.vendor java.version in working directory D:\setup
Output from the launch script execution
StdOut:
1739021872
Sun Microsystems Inc.
1.4.1_01

ErrOut:
Found matching JVM at D:\j2sdk1.4.1_01
Matching JVM home is D:\j2sdk1.4.1_01
Matching JVM file is D:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1.WWW\LOCALS~1\Temp\LRE10.tmp


hope I am clear..
MB
 
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any idea...!!!...anyone....??
MB
 
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Almost looks like the JDK path is messed up. Might want to check your enviroment variables to make sure they aren't pointing to the wrong JAVA_HOME or anything. Did you re-install everything on windows or just the OS? Might try uninstalling the jdk and re-installing it. Also might want to try netbeans. Its less buggy and faster.
 
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