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com.mysql.jdbc.Driver under linux not found

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I created ( newbie ) a java7 script in eclipse windows and try to run it on Linux. I receive an error on the Linux system.

com.mysql.jdbc.Driver not found. Tried a lot but none successful. Can anyone help me out?

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Sorry guys:

followed the instruction in http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Editors_IDEs/Q_23958165.html, and it's working
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