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When I tried to run a java by


I am getting this: FSUM7351 not found

What it means?

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migrated from Jul 16 '11 at 14:54

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In a standard JRE installation jre/bin is a directory. To run a Java program you need to use javac to build a class file, then run it with java. Something like:

../jre/bin/java -classpath . abc

As a side note, as stated here FSUM7351 is an IBM OS/390 error, not a GNU/Linux error.

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