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Following JPackage standards, any JPackage compatible Java environment is installed under /usr/lib/jvm. For example, gcj is under =/usr/lib/jvm/java-gcj=. Jars are located under =/usr/share/java=. JVM extensions (such as bouncycastle) are located under =/usr/share/java-ext=."
If you still have trouble post it and i will get it working on my Mandriva 08.1 machine and post for you... -Loy
Yes, I sw that on the Wiki, it wasn't too helpfull.
I am trying to compile a Java app, in which I need to import class files from a jar that I downloaded from the Internet. When I run javac it tells me that that package does not exist.
I found somewhere else on the web saying that I need to put the jar in the java-ext folder. I did, and it didn't help.
I have 2 java-ext foldrs:
I put the jar in both of them, and it didn't work.
Can you post the command you are issuing and it's output?
I am a university student, studying computer engineering. As part of the course we are to write a program that will give directions to a little pink arrow (called Karel) to wander around a java world and collect little green things.
The program I wrote works. It worked on the university computers, and I already submitted it.
When I try to compile it at home I get:
javac WalkTrail.java WalkTrail.java:1: package intro.csp.ex1 does not exist import intro.csp.ex1.*; ^ WalkTrail.java:2: package intro.proceduralKarel does not exist import intro.proceduralKarel.ProceduralKarel; ^ WalkTrail.java:12: cannot find symbol symbol : variable TrailWorld location: class WalkTrail ProceduralKarel.chooseWorld (TrailWorld.ID,-1);
Inside the aforementioned jar file are all the relevant class files. I have seen them.
In fact, when I unpacked it into the same file that houses the java program, it compiled and ran perfectly. But that is only a temporary fix.
I am looking for a slightly more elegant and permanent solution.
Looks like you may need to specify "-classpath" or "-sourcepath"
See here .... javac - Java programming language compiler
Although that is for Windoze I think the syntax is pretty much the same .... http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/te...ngclasses.html
I started using Eclipse, and there it is dead simple to import jar files.