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Link for Java Virtual Machine

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Hi Everybody:

I am being told that I need to download and install the Java Virtual Machine
when trying run a simple applet. Can anyone point me to a url where I can
download it? I am having trouble finding it.

Thanks in advance

Terry
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Try java.com

~ANDY~
http://www.confusedgeeks.com

"Terry Murray" <tg******@rogers.com> wrote in message
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Hi Everybody:

I am being told that I need to download and install the Java Virtual Machine when trying run a simple applet. Can anyone point me to a url where I can
download it? I am having trouble finding it.

Thanks in advance

Terry

Jul 17 '05 #2

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java.sun.com
Jul 17 '05 #3

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either d/l one from sun (java.sun.com) or to make things even simpler,
install one as part of your netscape install.

the main thing is to make sure it's properly installed and accessible to
verify this you run the "java -version" command in a terminal window (or
DOS window)

- perry

Terry Murray wrote:
Hi Everybody:

I am being told that I need to download and install the Java Virtual Machine
when trying run a simple applet. Can anyone point me to a url where I can
download it? I am having trouble finding it.

Thanks in advance

Terry


Jul 17 '05 #4

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You can also find one from IBM.
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/

Covers Windows, Linux, AIX, and z/OS

Terry Murray wrote:
Hi Everybody:

I am being told that I need to download and install the Java Virtual Machine
when trying run a simple applet. Can anyone point me to a url where I can
download it? I am having trouble finding it.

Thanks in advance

Terry

Jul 17 '05 #5

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I forgot to add.
There is also Kaffe (www.kaffe.org) with binaries for Linux, FreeBSD, and NextStep)
Source is avail for the do-it-yourself types.
Terry Murray wrote:
Hi Everybody:

I am being told that I need to download and install the Java Virtual Machine
when trying run a simple applet. Can anyone point me to a url where I can
download it? I am having trouble finding it.

Thanks in advance

Terry

Jul 17 '05 #6

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