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Posted on 25-12-05 00:50
ok i have been playing this texed based MMO and today it said that i needed to download JVM so i clicked download and nothing happend. so i went to the java website and downloaded it from there and installed it, restarted the computer and yet it still wont work. does anybody have any clue why?


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Posted on 25-12-05 04:17
What OS are you running? Also, check to make sure that its in path (for Windows) and $PATH of *nix.

Also, make sure that the MMO is calling the correct path.


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Posted on 25-12-05 14:41
i am using windows 98, and how would you check if the MMO is calling the correct path? sorry i am still new to all this stuff


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Posted on 25-12-05 15:19
Hmm, path refers to where the JVM is stored. If you have the source code to it, just open it up and check.

I really don't know that much about Windows, so I'm not gonna be much help here Frown


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