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using Debugger in java1.1 on redhat Linux 7.0

 
chetan reddy
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I installed java redhat Linux7.0 on my pc and checked for the
version number.It showed 1.1. This had come as a package with
the Linux CD.
Now I want to debug a Java Program using jdb command.
But when I say "jdb -debug xx.class" or "jdb -debug xx"
or "jdb -debug xx.java" ,it gives class not found exception.
and shows some path sun/tools/tty/TTDEBUG and says the above
error.please let me know the procedure for using the java
debugger. I also have "kaffe" on the system.
Thanks.


 
Frank Carver
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RedHat Linux 7 comes with the Kaffe Java runtime system. I generally recommend that anyone who intends to actually develop Java software install the latest full Java 2 SDK from Sun. I'm pretty sure it is available as a rpm for simple installation on Linux.
Sun's SDK 1.3 not only comes with all these "sun" classes, but is also typically 4 times faster in operation than Kaffe.
 
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