I'm trying to learn Java and I'm having problems with the appletviewer command. I am using openSUSE 11 and am able to compile and run normal java programs but when I issue the appletviewer command I'm getting the following error "bash: appletviewer: command not found".
I have set the PATH variable in the .bashrc file. so the problem is not that of the path. This can also be verified from the fact that javac and java commands are working normally. I have googled and tried many said resolution but none is working. I have even tried moving the files to the bin folder and running the command from there.
So what may the cause of this? Isn't appletviewer designed to work in linux? And FYI I have replaced the OpenSDK and IcedTea versions with the jdk1.6.0_14 version from the sun site. Please help.
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Check to see if the paths are different.
$which java $which appletviewer
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If the second command gives no output, appletviewer may not even be installed (or can't be located by your system)..
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You will find it in the
$ sudo zypper install java-1_6_0-sun-devel