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Problems running on MacOS 10.2.8

 
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I have a java program that runs fine on my WindowsXP machine with Sun JRE 1.4.2, but for some reason people are having trouble running the program with MacOS 10.2.8. The following error, I am told, is occurring:

! JAR LAUNCHER
The jar file "harmony.jar" couldn't be launched.

I don't know a thing about MacOS, but I would love to make sure that my program will work on it.
The program is available from here.

Kindly,

Christopher Arthur
 
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Runs on my 10.3.5 system. Does the program require Java 1.4?
 
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Try java -jar harmony.jar from the command line and see what error message it says. If it says java:Command not found then the Java classpath has not been set.
[ November 11, 2004: Message edited by: venkatraman kandaswamy ]
 
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