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I downloaded version 1.5.2 of orionserver and when I try to install the server following the directions in the Cattle Drive like this:
cd \orion
java -jar orion.jar
I get this message:
Failed to load Main-Class manifest attribute from orion.jar
What can I do to fix this?
 
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Hi Carol,
Did you copy tools.jar and rt.jar in the lib directory as per requirement ?
Just check that.
Bye,
Manish
 
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Mani-
I copied tools.jar but not the other. Is that file in the same folder as tools.jar? It wasn't mentioned in the instructions, but they were for an earlier version of the orionserver.
 
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Carol rt.jar is the runtime jar. I have quite a few scattered around on my c: drive (at work) one from Sun (in C:\jdk1.1.3\bin\lib), one from Oracle (in c:\Program Files\Oracle\JInitiator 1.1.7.27 Export\lib) etc. The only one you should be concerned with is the Sun one.
 
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My 1.5.2 works fine by leaving the rt.jar in the original sdk1.3.1 directory. However, it might be worth a try. Let us know if it solves the problem, Carol.
 
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