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Downloaded jdk1.4.1_02

  Asked By: Alma    Date: Jul 30    Category: Java    Views: 8805

I downloaded jdk1.4.1_02 from sun and have installed it bout 5
times, but when i try and complie a java program it tells me a JVM
which doesnt make sense to me, but anyway, thats what it does. I
was wondering can anyone help me fix this problem, please im getting
really pissed off with it, i have been trying to get it to work for
over a week and im begining to think i should forget te whole thing.



23 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Vicki Fields     Answered On: Jul 30

Have you looking into
java.sun.com for setting up your environment before
you download the package? It will describe how to set
up the proper system path for the package very from
each operating system in such a way the computer could
differentiate your works from the system works.

Answer #2    Answered By: Isra Demir     Answered On: Jul 30

i think you should download
j2re-1_4_1_01-windows-i586 from sun  website
and install it.

Answer #3    Answered By: Abrianna Rossi     Answered On: Jul 30

Ok, just done that, when i try and compile now i get
"Registry Key 'software\javasoft\java runtime environment\current
version' has value '1.4' but '1.3' is required.
Error: could not find java.dll
Error: could not find java  2 runtime environment."

i cant uderstand this, because java.dll at least was in the folder i
was compiling from....

Answer #4    Answered By: Damon Jones     Answered On: Jul 30

May I asked what OS you are using???????????????

Answer #5    Answered By: Varun Mehta     Answered On: Jul 30

xp professional.
but most of the people that are using xp of any kind are having
problems so im thinking about putting another os on another HD and
trying that, doubt it will work.............

Answer #6    Answered By: Vidhya Iyer     Answered On: Jul 30

I think you got trouble with PATH ... may be your java  refering to wrong

my recommendation :
use Linux :P
if you want Window$, try Win2000 it's more stable than XP ... (I hate XP)

Answer #7    Answered By: Alvin Nguyen     Answered On: Jul 30

XP Pro will work  fine, the system path set up similar
to Win 2K. But paid attention to your JSDK version,
XP do not like anything older 1.4.1.xx.

Check your System Path:
1. Click Open Settings/Control Panel/System
2. Select Advanced tab
3. Click Environment Variables/Path
4. Click Edit option

See if you have see something like the following:
*** C:\j2sdk1.4.x.xx\bin\;C:\j2sdk1.4.x.xx\lib\;
If not, please insert them in.

But if you download the JSDK bundle with SunOneStudio,
then you should see something like
you create the name

YOu should have java  Web Start on your desktop
environment, else check in the Control Panel for Java

If you prefer different IDE, then have the *** line

If you use Window notepad as your ide, then have the
*** in too.

Oh, have you remember to unzip the src for the
software to work.

If you prefer other OS beside Windows, then feel free
to do so. The more you know, the better as long as
you master them all.

Answer #8    Answered By: Jackson Bouchard     Answered On: Jul 30

what is the src and where do i unzip it? all i got was an
application that installed  jdk, nothing more.

Answer #9    Answered By: Isaac Williams     Answered On: Jul 30

src.zip is the zipped source code of the jdk. After
installed the jdk, open the jdk through window
explorer, unzip the src right into the application.
In that way the system will see the source codes and
you will have something to work  with.

Remembered you have the problem  with *.dll searching
for something but could not find it and thrown out an

Please check if you have all the following after
unzipped src.zip:

Before you attempt to write any code.

Answer #10    Answered By: Luki Fischer     Answered On: Jul 30

i searched my entire HDD and it couldnt find src.zip. im begining
to wonder if its trying to tell me something.

Answer #11    Answered By: Dennis Hayes     Answered On: Jul 30

Could you located all the software folders as

Answer #12    Answered By: Canan Kaya     Answered On: Jul 30

No the onlt folders i have are:
TerminalIO These are for the course im doing

Answer #13    Answered By: Steve Boyd     Answered On: Jul 30

did you download it from java.sun.com or from your teacher ?
I downloaded from sun  & my JDK contain src.zip (it's big enough, +- 10MB)
btw, why you need java  src ?

Answer #14    Answered By: Raul Clark     Answered On: Jul 30

You only have half of the software. After you
download and installed....

Program Files\j2sdk1.4.1_02 and

Program Files\Java\jre1.4.1_02

Then you install your teacher materials and see what
the situation will look. I hope your teacher provided
you the CD. By any mean, talk to your teacher see if
your teacher have any different other intention.

Answer #15    Answered By: Nixie Schmidt     Answered On: Jul 30

Yes, i found that out. although i dont know why i was dl it from the
sun website and followed everything that i was told to do, yet still
i managed to stuff it up. I got a copy from a friend, and it has
everything that you have all been talking about, and it worked
perfectly the first time i tried to comple the things that have been
moving around my pc for about a month now.

I would just like to thank everyone for helping me, i truley thought
i was a lost cause.

Answer #16    Answered By: Isabelle Brown     Answered On: Jul 30

I forgot one critical point, make sure your XP is not
an upgrade version.

Answer #17    Answered By: Nagaraju Iyaner     Answered On: Jul 30

or win98 perhaps .....................

Answer #18    Answered By: Tyrone Sanchez     Answered On: Jul 30

win98 is fine... linux is ok (a little bit slow in Swing App). BTW Adwin, what
goes wrong with XP+JDK?

Answer #19    Answered By: Jonathan Brown     Answered On: Jul 30

If your operation system is Windows, you can go to http://textpad.com/ and
download the text editor program  called "TextPad". This program can compile
and run java  as long as you have installed  the JDK. I use it when write and
compile my java.

Answer #20    Answered By: Husani Chalthoum     Answered On: Jul 30

Alternatively, you can use JCreator (old version of JCreator is free)............

Answer #21    Answered By: Jared Adams     Answered On: Jul 30

I am not clear with your problem. Can you paste the error message to this
mailing list ? May be we can work  out a solution then.

Answer #22    Answered By: Tarrant Thompson     Answered On: Jul 30

it comes up and tells me "Error: could not find a JVM."

Answer #23    Answered By: Janelle Evans     Answered On: Jul 30

I would suggest copy your existent applications, then
delete the whole darn java  thing. Log into
select the Tutorial and go from there.

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