From: David Tolpin (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 03 2002 - 07:00:48 PDT
while the academic license does not grant support hours, we are always
ready to help you through the public support list you are writing to,
firstname.lastname@example.org (please consider subscribing to it as it is
explained in the installation documentation, not just posting messages
through the web -- you'll get more useful information).
> You're not being dim. I'm having the same problem. This is the first software I used, other than freeware, that came with no installation instructions. I've added the lib item paths to the system classpath. Configured setup.sh and ran it. Now I see
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> when I execute run.sh
Which means that your classpath is somehow misconfigured.
> The thing is there is only one item anywhere on my system -- let alone the
> installation -- by that name /xep/doc/api/com/renderx/FO2PDF
If you downloaded and installed the package successfully, then there should be a file matching
xep*.jar in your classpath. It is customary for Java applications to delivery all .class files
packaged in a few 'jars', Java ARchives.
> I can find no trace of such a driver anywhere in the installation.
> I also noticed that in setup.sh and run.sh reference is made to
> $JAVA_HOME/lib/tools.jar which also doesn't exist.
This does no harm to your particular installation; it is for some older versions of Java which
do have this file and require it to be included into the class path.
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