Subject: Re: Need to run a .jar file
To: Jean-Luc Wasmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris Wareham <email@example.com>
Date: 07/27/2004 17:06:17
Jean-Luc Wasmer wrote:
>> java -jar c07-sip-r2.jar -touri firstname.lastname@example.org -teardown -validcase
>> Being a complete java idiot, I figured I could just install jdk from
>> pkgsrc and I would get what I wanted, but that seems not to be the
>> case. When I run the java binary in the jdk's bin directory, it says
>> it doesn't recognize the -jar option.
>> So what do I need to do to run .jar files?
To the original poster:
Which JDK are you using? The native one from pkgsrc is probably too old
(v1.1.8). I use the Linux JDK from lang/sun-jdk14, which works fine for
me, but it wont be of any use if you're not on an i386 platform.
> This should work. What does the java binary say if you call it with no
> PS: I don't think this problem should be posted on a NetBSD list.
It probably should be posted on this list, as running Java on NetBSD
isn't as simple as grabbing a JDK from Sun.