[Fwd: Installing Jama]
- Subject: [Fwd: Installing Jama]
- From: Ron Boisvert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2006 12:36:50 -0400
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Subject: Installing Jama
I am an undergradute aerospace student at Georgia Tech doing research for one of
my Professors. I saw the Jama package online and would like to use it for some
matrix operations, however, I am not able to get my computer to recognize the
I have tried the following instructions listed in another thread.
To install Jama on a windows NT/2000 box do the following.
1) Install Jama into a subdirectory of the jdk e.g. D:\jdk1.3\Jama
2) From control panel select system
3) Click on the environment tab
4) Under user variables for <userid> locate CLASSPATH
5) If CLASSPATH is not present add it by simply typing the name into the
6) set the CLASSPATH value to the jdk path and the current directory e.g.
7) click on the set button and then click on apply
8) to test to make sure the CLASSPATH variable is setup start a command
9) type echo %CLASSPATH% at the dos prompt and you should get back the jdk
path set in step 6
10) now when you want to use Jama simply include the following: import
My ClassPath echos to the directory that contains Jama, but when I try to run
the TestMatrix or MagicSquaresExample applications I get an 'Exception in thread
"main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError' message.
I am using Microsoft Windows XP the Home Edition. I am not a computer science
student so I may be overlooking something very simple that an experienced
software engineer would know.
Secondly, and maybe more importantly, what kind of recognition or citation do I
need to give in order to use Jama. I read some threads that nothing is needed
by I wanted to make sure that what I was reading was correct.
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