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I just re-installed Slack 10.2 on an old lappy. I had an offline web page spider on there called Sunrise (it makes pdb files which plucker on your pda can read). It's free at sourceforge. The program needs java 1.5 or greater to work. Slack 10.2 has jre-1.5.04 installed. I get this error from CLI now (it worked before a re-install):
sunrise-desktop.sh: line 1: java: command not found
There isn't much to read with sunrise-it was developed for Win and now they put it out temporarily to the Linux world as a teaser to get people interested in free offline pda reading with their software before they charge money. I don't get anything in my terminal when I type:
I use a java based program, Moneydance, for personal finance management. I just create a sym link to the required java. I'm at work but I think it would have been something like "ln -s /usr/lib/jre jre". Might have the jre wrong though, might be something else.
Last edited by justwantin; 01-22-2006 at 11:46 PM.