Re: Java3D installed correctly?

Bill,

Unfortunately, I have installed Java3D as you indicated.
but still get the message 'no J3D in java.library.path'.
Just to make sure, here are my current CLASSPATH and 
LD_LIBRARY_PATH settings and location of Java3D:

CLASSPATH=/scratch/rabin:/scratch/rabin/ucar.jar:.

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/openwin/lib:/scratch/rabin/visad/data/vis5d:.:
/opt/SUNWspro/lib:/usr/lib:
/scratch/rabin/visad/paoloa/libGoesRetrieval.so:
/scratch/rabin/visad/paoloa/libGoesCollaboration.so:
/scratch/rabin/visad/aune/libShallowFluid.so

java3d11-beta1-solaris.bin resides in '/scratch/rabin/jdk1.2beta4/jre'.
I've executed it from there.

Have a good weekend!

-Bob


> 
> Bob,
>  
> I just upgraded to a Solaris 2.6 Ultra 10 and am getting the same
> font messages despite having the proper font.properties.
> Jeannette Hung says that at least in my case its because my
> machine does not have the SUNWi1of package installed (I think
> this means I don't have TrueType fonts).
>  
> The 'no J3D in java.library.path' message probably means that
> Java3D is not installed in the correct directory, relative to
> your jdk1.2beta4, assuming that your CLASSPATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> are as you described yesterday.  You need to install Java3D as
> follows:
>  
>   cd $installdir/jdk1.2beta4/jre
>   chmod +x $downloaddir/java3d11-beta1-solaris.bin
>   $downloaddir/java3d11-beta1-solaris.bin
>  
> where $installdir and $downloaddir are the parent directory of
> jdk1.2beta4 and the directory where you downloaded
> java3d11-beta1-solaris.bin.  Good luck, and let me know if
> you continue to have problems.
>  
> Cheers,
> Bill
> ----------------------------------------------------------
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>  
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>    - from an internal Microsoft planning document
>  
>