[conspire] Fc5 & Netzero

Daniel Gimpelevich daniel at gimpelevich.san-francisco.ca.us
Sun Sep 10 23:24:58 PDT 2006

On Sun, 10 Sep 2006 21:08:10 -0700, John Andrews wrote:

> jla at vstrom:/opt/nzclient$ cat runclient.sh #!/bin/sh
> cd /opt/nzclient
> cp=./lib/zcast1_6.jar:./lib/bwt300.jar
> java -cp $cp -Dnz.browser=mozilla -Dnz.clientName=$0 -Dnz.RAS=./nzppp
> -Dnz.rasde lay=60000 -Dnz.TextFontName=SansSerif -Dnz.TextFontSize=7
> -Dnz.FontName=Arial -D nz.FontSize=9 nzcom.ZCast jla at vstrom:/opt/nzclient$
> 	If this is the runclient.sh, how would you edit this script to point to
> 	the
> installation of JavaJre. Read on.

Good question. I recommend not doing so at all, but instead putting the
Java installation into the PATH using the /etc/profile.d mechanism. That
way, you don't have to repeat the process with any other Java software you
may encounter. I really should have done all of this yesterday, but it's
been a while since I had to think about Fedora ways of doing things.

> -I used the archive manager to unpack netzero.deb and copied the folders
> to /opt/nzclient.
> -I installed the Java JRE (thanks to posts on this forum!) and then edited
> runclient.sh from the /opt/nzclient directory to point to my installation
> of Java.
> -To run Netzero, I start a console and run /opt/nzclient/runclient.sh as
> root. It dials and connects. The only glitch I seem to be having is that
> the Netzero toolbar does not show up at the top of the screen. The Java
> process is shown to be running and I can use the Internet, so I'm not too
> worried.
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