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Old 02-15-2008, 10:41 AM   #1
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Slackware blocking internet or settings incorrect for Java Wireless Toolkit?

I have been messing around for the past few months trying to get Sun's Java Wireless Toolkit to work in Linux. I have the Java runtime environment installed on my Standard Slackware 12.0 box and the wireless toolkit also installed.
When I try to run my .jar and .jad files they cant access the server(over the internet). I dont think the WTK is getting access to my network. Firefox can get to the internet, and I tested the .jar and .jad files in windows with the wireless toolkit and that also works.
It has to be some setting in slack itself. I have looked in the sun WTK settings and they are all standard just like the windows one. My firewall on the router is not blocking the ports when I run it in windows but I dont know which port its using for Linux.
Any help or ideas would be appreciated. I just got stumped by this.
Thank you,


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