|Subject||:||Problems with Java|
|Date||:||23 May, 2006 on 00:06|
I am having some trouble using Java in one particular site, which happens to be my bank site... And I'm being obligated to boot Windows to do home banking (brrrrr!)
I am very sad because this problem is bugging me for some time now. I had bought a new harddrive and began a fresh install... and it started to work again. But after I installed several software I need to work at home, it stopped to work and I just was not able to detect "what" instalation destroyed my ability to run that site on Netscape 4.61.
The site is: https://www2.bancobrasil.com.br/aapf/aai/login.pbk
And the error reported by Netscape 4.61 with Java 1.1.8 is:
IBM Corporation -- Java 1.1.8
Any ideas? Suggestions are VERY welcome.
PS: the only "strange" thing I stalled which is related to Java and *is not* intalled on server is HDManager, the "replacement" for IBM's LVM GUI. I thought about uninstalling it, but it seems the package do not has an uninstall option.
Thanks in advance.
|Subject||:||Re:Problems with Java|
|Date||:||23 May, 2006 on 00:39|
In fact, I had an "insight" and took a look at my CLASSPATH and found out that the install of HDManager, which replaces LVMGUI.ZIP had *not* removed this entry from CLASSPATH.
Well, here's the advice: if you ever install HDManager, remember to manually *remove* the LVMGUI.ZIP from CLASSPATH.