How do I get dsrk2.0 to install?

Posted on 2005-04-13
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Hello Folks:

I have downloaded dsrk2.0 and I follow the README (Directory Server Resourse Kit):

root# more README.txt

To install the Sun ONE DSRK 5.2:

As superuser (root), execute the following set
of commands:    

(This assumes that the DSRK 5.2 bits have been
temporarily copied to a directory named /tmp/sunone)

sorbet %
sorbet % su
Sun Microsystems Inc.   SunOS 5.7       Generic October 1998
sorbet # cd /tmp/sunone
sorbet # java DSRK

in order to install the DSRK 5.2 in the /opt/sunone
directory.  If you decide not to install the DSRK
package in the default /opt/sunone location, you will in
all likelihood have to specify the runtime path of the
binaries manually. Make sure that your LD_LIBRARY_PATH contains
installroot/lib and installroot/lib/nss/lib for the utilities
to work properly.

I run the command and get the following error:

root# pwd
root@c3r2u23# java DSRK
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: DSRK

***Note: I am planning to install this in the default location /usr/sunone

Any help would be appreciated.



Question by:Traverse-61
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    Accepted Solution

    Looks like java is not looking in the current directory for the DSRK.class-File

    you can try starting

    java ./DSRK

    or put /tmp/sunone into your CLASSPATH - Variable (temporary for the setup, afterwards it's no longer needed anymore)

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