How do I run Mobile phone games (Java jar files) on my Windows XP machine?
I doubleclick a file - say 2fast2furious.jar and it says that it failed to load Main-Class manifest attribute...any ideas? I have got Java installed on my machine.
posted by mooreeasyvibe
on Aug 7, 2006 -
I'm looking for a JAVA package/class library that would allow me to connect, send and receive data via the telnet and SSH protocol. I would love for the package/library to handle the connecting, handshaking, authentication, etc. I would like the the protocol to be transparent to me, meaning that the way I send data and receive wouldn't change my code if it was SSH or telnet. Any version of the JAVA is fine. I'm trying to develop a different kind of telnet/ssh client and would rather not rewrite code if there is something already out there. I could even get started with just telnet. Thank you for your time and help. Have a great one.
posted by JohnGL
on Jul 31, 2006 -
As a programmer who prefers coding in Java, would it be worthwhile to get a Sun Java Certification? Particularly a Sun Certified Programmer or a Sun Certified Enterprise Architect?
posted by delmoi
on Jul 24, 2006 -
I'm a Java programmer and I'd like to volunteer in my spare time. Any leads ?
posted by toastchee
on Jun 26, 2006 -
How do I alter this piece of code to make the pop up window close automatically after exactly 37 seconds? [more inside]
posted by wsg
on Jun 23, 2006 -
Web-Based Technology "Roadmap" Application Needed but it doesn't need to be specific to technology information; it could have been created for the fashion industry, for all I care. As long as the data can be changed. [more inside]
posted by Luciferous
on Jun 22, 2006 -
posted by mrhaydel
on Jun 15, 2006 -
Bloglines isn't showing my feeds anymore! I'm using the most updated version of Firefox, and haven't installed any new extensions, but my "feeds" tab no longer shows any feeds! This started happening last night. It shows the "Add, Edit, Clippings" and the "Extras" down below - but no actual feeds.
I double checked in the "Edit" option to make sure my feeds were there. I disabled all my extensions. I updated Java. I even searched MeFi and the painfully slow Bloglines forum, but can't seem to figure out why my feeds are missing all of a sudden. I checked in Internet Explorer, and Bloglines is working - I even checked it on my wife's computer running Firefox, and my feed show up. What could possibly be wrong on my machine that their feed tree doesn't show up on my Firefox?
posted by itchi23
on Jun 14, 2006 -
java: If a private method can't be overriden, but it's possible to create a method in a subclass with the same signature, what's the difference? [more inside]
posted by bingo
on May 19, 2006 -
Java: What is the difference between a String starting with a certain character, and a String having that character as its prefix? [more inside]
posted by bingo
on May 12, 2006 -
Can you help me find an online programming class that will fulfill my prerequisite for graduate school? [more inside]
posted by D Wiz
on May 2, 2006 -
For my undergrad senior project, I want to create a Java version of a board game that my friends and I play. I don't intend to ever distribute this game. Is this legal? Do I need to get permission?
posted by Who_Am_I
on May 2, 2006 -
I have an errant .jar file that seems to hang from time to time. I would like to automate it's restart. I know how to perform a close or kill of a standard windows application, how is this done to a .jar file within the Java environment?
posted by kc0dxh
on Apr 20, 2006 -
So I'm trying to implement a webservice for a class project using Apache Axis, and I'm having some weird classpath (I think) issues. [more inside]
posted by middleclasstool
on Apr 19, 2006 -
Where can I find someone to make a simple
alteration to a OS X java program? This program allows me to play internet scrabble on isc.ro
posted by lalochezia
on Mar 26, 2006 -
I need assistance re loading JAVA. Something occurred this morning that has corrupted my JAVA files. Yes, I did download a Bit Torrent program and then later deleted it. I am not sure wheter that may have caused this problem. However, web sites relying on JAVA just will not work now. Since I run XP Professional, I attempted to revert my computer back one day and still JAVA will not work.
I attempted to go to my Control Panel to remove JAVA hoping to reload JAVA. I could not find the JAVA program in my Program Files when going through the Control Panel and then to the Add/Delete section. I did find the JAVA program when using Windows Explorer; however I had no way of completely deleting the corrupted program. Pressing the Delete key could not delete all files. What a mess !!!
When attempted just to reload Java over the former version, I received an error message stating that JAVA was already loaded and the installation immediately stop. I am seeking to completely unload all JAVA files and the attempt a brand new installation of JRE-1_5_06.
I run XP Professional and use primarily Firefox 1.5 as my browser. Everything worked perfectly until this morning. Whatever assistance can be provided would greatly be appreciated.
posted by Mckoan1
on Feb 2, 2006 -
I need recommendations for a web host for serious (personal/hobby) coding. Everything I've seen so far requires compromises between flexibility and affordability. [more inside]
posted by ny_scotsman
on Dec 23, 2005 -
When in either IE or Firefox, if a Java security warning dialog comes up everything freezes. All I can see is "Secuirty - Warning" and a gray dialog box. Mouse movement because jerky and the only way to get out of it is to end the process. Latest version of Java, WinXP SP2 [more inside]
posted by geoff.
on Nov 27, 2005 -
LatencyFilter: I'm making a multiplayer flash game, where players communicate with each other via a socket connection to a server. How fast can information be sent like this? [more inside]
posted by cheerleaders_to_your_funeral
on Oct 27, 2005 -
Okay, so I have a java program that's supposed to run in the background all the time. The problem is that the JVM allocates all the memory it can use, and then just sits there taking up a half-gig of ram. Is there any way I can get the thing to GC aggressively and release memory back to the system when it's done? [more inside]
posted by delmoi
on Oct 11, 2005 -
I'm starting to get involved with Java WebDev and would like suggestions on which direction to go. [more inside]
posted by roue
on Sep 30, 2005 -
Any good place to learn Java online? For both beginners (J2SE) and also intermediary programmers willing to learn more (J2ME, J2EE). [more inside]
posted by falameufilho
on Aug 7, 2005 -
What's the best Linux distribution for deploying Tomcat applications? [more inside]
posted by esd
on Aug 1, 2005 -
I've managed to get Windows to blue-screen predictably, but I cannot read the screen because the computer immediately reboots. How can I get the information from the blue screen? (bonus if I can fix the problem with that information!) [more inside]
posted by odinsdream
on Jun 17, 2005 -
Has anybody ever used a cross-platform (Win, OSX) USB
dongle/hardware key to copy protect a Java application? Which one(s)? How was it to integrate into the application? [more inside]
posted by Netzapper
on May 20, 2005 -
Specific Safari/Java/Applet question: how do I get Safari to allow cut and paste to work in my applet's text fields? [more inside]
posted by fleacircus
on May 3, 2005 -
I would like to start teaching myself JAVA and SQL but I'm not sure where to start in terms of what I need on my computer. [more inside]
posted by archimago
on Mar 17, 2005 -
Code Coverage tools for JSP? Anybody know of any good ones? Would like to be able to evaluate the JSP code directly and not the java generated by the JSP engine.
posted by evilelf
on Jan 14, 2005 -
Algorithm help: C# uses a version of binary search wherein if the desired number is not found, instead of returning -1 it returns a number who's one's complement is the index of the next largest number in the collection.
I'm trying to recreate this in Java -- How do I modify a standard binary search to return the one's complement of the next highest number? [more inside] [more inside]
posted by krunk
on Nov 26, 2004 -
I have a Motorola E365. One of the Java games it comes with is a card game called Big 2 Garden. The idea appears to be to get rid of your cards by playing them according to some rules. What the hell are the rules to this game? There's a review of the phone which includes a screenshot of this game here
posted by salmacis
on Oct 21, 2004 -
Web services - is there a server that supports both REST
protocols? I'd like to write the service code (in Java) once and then support both, as simply as possible. Simplicity is more important that features and throughput. Or should I just focus on one (which)? Thanks. [more inside]
posted by andrew cooke
on Oct 14, 2004 -
You know those fun little addicting Java games on the web? Is there any way to snatch them out of whatever buffer they reside in, and save them to your hard drive for future offline play?
posted by mecran01
on Sep 14, 2004 -