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Charles So <email@hidden> wrote: >I have been using Panther Java version 1.4.2_05-141 without problems. >Lately I updates it using Java 1.4.2 Update 2, and I can no longer >start my application! Are there any messages in your system console? Run the application: /Applications/Utilities/Console and look in "Console Log" when you try to start your app. Exactly how are you starting your app: 1) command-line in Terminal? 2) double-clicked jar? 3) double-clicked app-bundle? >I need to down grade back to 1.4.2 Update 1. Please tell me how! Restore the backup you made before upgrading. No backup? Search the archives for "downgrade" or "1.4.2 update 2" and read what other people have done in order to downgrade. You're not the only person who had trouble with 1.4.2U2. I don't have a specific URL in the list archives, but a search should yield something fairly recent. Search the archives here: <http://search.lists.apple.com> There is no Apple-supported downgrade, just like every other system component or security update. The best you can do is to alter a receipt from the install that fools a previous installer into forcing an "upgrade". >Can I just copy the whole JavaVM framework from another OSX >to my system? Are there other dependencies? Yes, there are other dependencies. Specifically, private frameworks may be altered, and you'd have to know what they were, or read the BOM (Bill Of Materials) in the receipt in order to figure them out. But if you're mucking with receipts, it's far easier to just force it to a bogus old version and reinstall the version you want. -- GG _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Java-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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