Not Proper JRE Directry , Installation

Posted on 2006-04-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hell Experts,
                  During the installation of JAI on Suse i have got following error."This is Not a Proper JRE Directory".

Best Regard.
Question by:MuhammadAdil
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    is the file on disk?
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    U might want to check the installation manual before you go through....

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    Accepted Solution

    "IMPORTANT: If you do not "cd" to the JRE1.3 (or higher version) directory before performing the extraction, then JAI will not work correctly. You may also need appropriate write permissions into the JRE directory in order to install."

    Make sure you are running JRE 1.3 or later, that will be a compatibility issue.

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    Brazzle gave the same answer as i did....i guess he had this line from the link i sent......see the tag Important under the Installation instructions......

    its the same come the decision is unfair....

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