|Unfortunately I have no experience with running Greenstone on Vista. On
XP it automatically finds JVM and no additional settings are needed.
Are there any error messages that you get when you try to install/run
Greenstone? Can you run other Java programs? Perhaps someone from the
list has some ideas?
Melissa Brown wrote:
> I have installed both of those programs on Vista, but greenstone has not
> recognized the java virtual machine. I know it is installed properly because
> the java sdk found the java virtual machine when I installed that program.
> Is there anything that needs to be done after I install the java programs? I
> have been able to successfully run greenstone on XP.
> On 10/22/07 2:22 AM, "Vladimir Risojevic" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> You have to install the java virtual machine. It can be downloaded from
>> Look for Java Runtime Environment (JRE). This should solve your problem.
>> You should also consult Greenstone Installer's Guide
>> Best regards,
>>> so here's the short version. new computer Macbook didn't workl with
>>> old computer HP notebook did, but recently became non-functional, and now
>>> new computer Sony Vaio with Windows Vista doesn't work with the program
>>> it can't find the java "virtual machine" (I think that's what it said, not
>>> comp. my roomie's)
>>> As this program is critical to the successful completion of her Master's
>>> this caused her to have something of a nervous breakdown, and I'm looking for
>>> someone to help me figure out the problem for her, or contact her with
>>> advice, at firstname.lastname@example.org (Tell her in the Subject that it's about
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Michelle English
>>> Student, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
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