Out of interest, did you upgrade over the top of the existing Mac OS X install, or choose the "Erase and Install" option? I went for the "Erase and Install" and my versions are... J2SE (build 1.4.1_01-99) Hotspot client VM (build 1.4.1_01-27, mixed mode) [ October 28, 2003: Message edited by: Simon Brown ]
Hi Bear and Simon, No, I was not able to run my Java programs. Luckily I had/have a good backup of my system on an external firewire drive. So, last night I re-installed Panther using the erase and install option. It is wonderful having all of that extra space! Java -version now shows:
I just typed in the standard "Hello World" app. It compiled and ran correctly. It looks like I will be spending a little time slowly putting my system back, minus a lot of crap I have been needlessly storing. Thanks!
Originally posted by Loren Rosen: MacInTouch is reporting some success with the "re-install the system software" approach (basically the same as solution 2 on the readerware site). See http://www.macintouch.com/panreader08.html
That completely fixed my problem. Thanks! Later, Frank
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