When I type 'java -v' at the command line I see (via stderr to screen):
Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine.
Error: A fatal exception has occurred. Program will exit.
Unrecognized option: -v
Good enough - at least Java is there. I also presume you can run Jalview
from webstart ?
Typing the following should verify that:
Yes this worked.
(you can also launch throug your browser, but if it just downloads the
file you need to follow the Open with.. dialog/explorer menu option to open
it with the 'javaws' program which lives in the bin directory of your java
You can launch Jalview from the jnlp file without a network connection,
so if that works - you are on your way. The only reason you might want to
install via installAnywhere is if you are wanting to run Jalview in batch
mode from the command line - but there are other ways of doing that, so let
me know if you want to take it further.
I'd like to get this to work more or less properly, and I need to ask now
(or wait till monday).
I've placed jalview.jnlp as follows:
and can get it to run presumably using files from the internet.
I'd like to run from local files.
In my installs deep under c:\users I found 200 plus files like these:
I also downloaded and extracted the contents of:
can either of these resources be copied somewhere relative to
to get the program to run locally?
I could also download the contents of http://www.jalview.org/webstart/
(although right this minute I forget how.)
Thanks for your help.
On 27 February 2015 at 03:05, Jim Procter <email@example.com> wrote:
On 26/02/2015 19:14, Keith Elias wrote:
Hope this helps!
Robert Keith Elias, Quebec Qc
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