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help needed urgent please (VAME 1.4)

 
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hi all , i am very new to this forum so first of all a big hello to every one,
now coming to the point straight away i have installed VAME 1.4 on my win2k machine , made the famous "hello world" program , fine . now i want to try run it on my target plateform which is a machine running linux and is pre installed with the VAME1.4 , i have copied the .jxe to the target machine through ftp and running it using ./j9 -jxe:/<path>HelloWorld.jxe but the result is that it displays the ./j9 help instaed of running the program and show the output , am i missing some thing .
another thing is that i tried running the websphere IDT but was not able to see the output on my machin (win2k) any ideas.
thank in advance.
yahya
 
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hey, ive got my answer , i was transferring ( ftp) files in ASCII mode (default ) so i changed it to binary ( by using binary command) and it worked . still looking for any answers to my second problem.
yahya
 
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