Re: XML Tool Server problem
--- Jan Ulrich Hasecke <email@example.com>
> Thanks for the quick answer!
> But ... :-(
> Danie Roux <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Wild shot in the dark. Do you have a jdk
> installed? If not, put a line
> > like this in your sources.list
> > # Blackdown Java
> > deb
> woody non-free
> > and
> > apt-get install j2sdk1.3
> I installed jdk1.1 then xae
> I installed j2sdk1.3 then xae
> But no success.
I think that's the right direction. type
This is to verify you can get to 1.3. If you can't see
it, you might want to try setting JAVA_HOME to the
main subdirectory you installed 1.3 to (probably
/usr/jdk1.3 but check on your system)
and JAVA_PATH set to the bin subdirectory under
JAVA_HOME. Setting environment variables on the fly
(as an exercise for myself) is done by typing the
Hope this helps
P.S. Thanks for the info on an XML editor for emacs.
I'll try to set it up at home and let you know the
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