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Old 12-14-2007, 01:56 PM   #1
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Testing my connection and getting Sun WTK to work?

Hello I am trying to run these .jad and .jar files that is a chat program for phones. I was told that the Sun WTK is what I need to use in order to run them. Well the Toolkit works find and runs the applications to the point where they are connecting. After that it seems to be jammed on the logging on... screen.

I am just taking a guess the WTK is not using my internet connection. I have tested the .jar/.jad files in windows(Dual Boot) and they work just fine and connect to the servers. I don't quite understand how to trouble shoot Linux as I am still new. What should I do to check and see if the WTK is not accessing the internet?

Thank you,

Last edited by lifeforce4; 12-18-2007 at 04:56 PM. Reason: Better Description


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