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if I remember correctly a .bat file is some sort of MS windows script. So, the general approach would be to learn some basic bourne shell scripting. See for example http://rute.2038bug.com/node10.html.gz
If you have trouble post back explaining what you have tried and what specific problem(s) you are having and I'm sure we can help.
But that didnt work, can someome help me out please
Specify a list of directories, JAR archives, and ZIP archives to search for class files. Class
path entries are separated by colons (: ). Specifying -classpath or -cp overrides any setting of
the CLASSPATH environment variable.
Plus, that does not look like a good path, check your java environment.
Also, the semicolon is a delimiter in bash scripts, so, instead of java -classpath bin;lib/* dragonkk.rs2rsps.Server try java -classpath 'bin;./lib/*' ./dragonkk.rs2rsps.Server
where I've indicated the changes I'd suggest in red. (The single-quote (') tells bash to pass everything between then on to the command without trying to interpret the text. The dot-slash (./) is a bash idiom that means "the current working directory." (Your command should work fine without it; I just put it in so you could see where to insert an actual folder name when you want to run the command from some directory other than the one containing the bin and lib directories, and the server code.