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    Default Java program is not loading

    When I make run a java program it does not appear. It is a swing program containing Jframe, JTextField, JButton etc.


    When I want to make run the program it shows "Java Accessibility Bridge for GNOME loaded." as below and no window appears. Same program runs in other machine

    Java Code:
     
    
    shoeb@samserver> javac m.java
    Note: m.java uses or overrides a deprecated API.
    Note: Recompile with -Xlint:deprecation for details.
    shoeb@samserver> java m
    Java Accessibility Bridge for GNOME loaded.
    It is SunOS
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    Weird! Are you using legacy SunOS SunOS Wiki or a current version of Solaris? SunOS became Solaris in 1994 when sun switched to a System V base instead of BSD.

    Also, what version of java are you running? I suspect that if you are on a legacy system there is a problem between the JVM and (X Windows I'm Guessing?).

    If its Solaris, well, thats weird.

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