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Old 08-29-2003, 01:51 PM   #1
JCScoobyRS
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RedHat 8.0 + NetBeans + JDK 1.4.2


I have been running RedHat 8.0 for a year now and I love it. I'm trying to fully get away from my Windows machine at work and I am stuck with NetBeans. I have NetBeans installed and working well. I try to take a NetBeans project, built on Windows, and begin working on it on Linux and I run into problems. I can compile and run the project from the command line but when I try to compile the classes in NetBeans, I get "cannot resolve symbol" errors for java core objects and such. I thought it might be a permissions thing but it wasn't. Anyone know why this would happen? Thanks, Jeremy
 
  


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