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solution to path problem

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Ok, I recently posted a question about the path's for jdk1.1.5. I
figured out that after I set the path's things worked ok as long as I
issued command from the c prompt. But if I tried to issue commands
from any other directory, say myjava off the c drive, things did not
work. Any Ideas on how to solve this problem.
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Mark R Rivet
Manchester NH, USA
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Mark R Rivet wrote:
Ok, I recently posted a question about the path's for jdk1.1.5. I
figured out that after I set the path's things worked ok as long as I
issued command from the c prompt. But if I tried to issue commands
from any other directory, say myjava off the c drive, things did not
work. Any Ideas on how to solve this problem.
.


I recently answered this question. Time to learn how to use Google.

Ray
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Sorry Raymond Im using Agent to look at my newsgroups and didn't see
any answer to my question. But what do you mean "time to learn
google". I use goggle as a search page. Or do you mean I should search
for the answer to my question on google, please explain.

On Fri, 28 May 2004 02:10:24 GMT, Raymond DeCampo
<rd******@spam.twcny.spam.rr.spam.com.spam> wrote:
Mark R Rivet wrote:
Ok, I recently posted a question about the path's for jdk1.1.5. I
figured out that after I set the path's things worked ok as long as I
issued command from the c prompt. But if I tried to issue commands
from any other directory, say myjava off the c drive, things did not
work. Any Ideas on how to solve this problem.
.


I recently answered this question. Time to learn how to use Google.

Ray


Jul 17 '05 #3

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"Mark R Rivet" <ma********@verizon.net> wrote in message
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Sorry Raymond Im using Agent to look at my newsgroups and didn't see
any answer to my question. But what do you mean "time to learn
google". I use goggle as a search page. Or do you mean I should search
for the answer to my question on google, please explain.


http://groups.google.com
Jul 17 '05 #4

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On Fri, 28 May 2004 22:27:10 +1000, "Murray"
<pa***@SPAMOFFoptusnet.SPAMMAGE.com.au> wrote:

"Mark R Rivet" <ma********@verizon.net> wrote in message
news:c5********************************@4ax.com.. .

Sorry Raymond Im using Agent to look at my newsgroups and didn't see
any answer to my question. But what do you mean "time to learn
google". I use goggle as a search page. Or do you mean I should search
for the answer to my question on google, please explain.


http://groups.google.com

oh, thanks.
Jul 17 '05 #5

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