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Old 04-15-2007, 11:43 PM   #1
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I have installed RHEL 5 in my server and i want to work with JAVA in clients through connecting telnet. i request you to know the step by step procedure regarding compilling and executing etc. (all commands)How to check wheter the JAVA package is installed or not and what service activate to run java.
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rao_marre - I have split your post off into it's own thread in the Linux - General forum as you will get better answers to your question that way.

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