Make sure your JDK bin directory is included in your PATH variable. In
addition, Windows 98 has some weird DOS-isms. Try adding the following
line to your AUTOEXEC.BAT:
Also, if you've installed VisAD into (for example) the C:\visad folder,
then you should also have:
Make these changes, reboot, then try:
You should receive a message about it being Java version 1.3.1.
Then change to C:\visad folder and try:
nmake -f Makefile.WinNT compile
At 01:39 PM 4/2/2002, you wrote:
>i am facing serious problems running visad on windows 98. i have installed
>jdk1.3.1 on drive C:\ and visad is also on drive C:\ including nmake
>utility. but i keep getting this error "fatal error U1081: 'javac':program
>not found stop"
>i cannot tell what is causing this problems even though i set my
>autoexec.bat to "set CLASSPATH=c:\JDK1.3.1 "
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