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Help, i'' cant install jive messenger in win2000 server :-(

Hello,

I’’ installed jive Mesenger in a windows XP prof. for testing and OK…

now i’’ tried to install in a Windows 2000 server machine, but recive this mesage:

“No JVM Could be found on you system. Please define EXE4J_JAVA_HOME to point to a installed JDK or JRE”…

Java is installed! (the same version of the winXP machine)

Help me please…

(Exuse my very bad English. )

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shenzy

Shenzy,

Can you try Jive Messenger 2.1.2? Also, are you using the exe to install the app?

-Matt

i’’ use: jive_messenger_2_1_0.exe

now i’’ try to install the version thah you says… (2.1.2)…

more later i’’ comment the results…

THANKS!!!,

(exuse my very bad english…) :stuck_out_tongue:

ohhhhh no

The version 2.1.2 did not work either

the same messaje …

One thing to check (and this sometimes matters for other apps but I didn’'t see it with JiveM) …

Do you have a JAVA_HOME variable set up in your system environment variables?

Here’'s mine for example off one of my server boxes…

JAVA_HOME=C:\Java\JDK\v1.4.2_06

System Variable Name: JAVA_HOME

Value: C:\Java\JDK\v1.4.2_06

Of course replace this with where you installed it

I am having the same exact issue with the installer. I uninstalled the program and wanted to do a new clean install of the application, and now I get this same error everytime I try to run it.

I also made sure that the JAVA_HOME environmental variable is setup correctly on the computer and it is. In addition I tried adding another one called “EXE4J_JAVA_HOME” that points to the “C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_02” (where Java is installed) too. None of these seem to have an effect.

Any other suggestion are greatly appreciated.

-Chris

Here are the instructions for properly setting the Java path in Win2k and up:

http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~teliot/Path_and_Classpath.htm

good luck!

Hey guys,

I put up a new installer in the daily builds section that may correct the issues. It’'s a beta release of 2.1.3, but should be fairly stable.

Let me know if it works!

Thanks,

Matt