Den 20/07/11 03.38, Peter Dow skrev:
Woohoo! That got it loaded without errors. Sounds like a bug in how javaThe problem is more likely that your current directory is not what you
uses the classpath. I saw quite a few examples saying to put ".:" at the
beginning of the classpath to include the current directory.
expect it to be. I've frequently found that the $HOME folder does not
exist on an AS/400 machine (which is very uncommon on Unix) and then you
are started in "/".
You can always use an invocation similar to (untested) "cd whereever;
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