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    Default JMF needed on target machines

    Hello all,
    I am currently coding a Java media player using JMF. I have got it all working great. My problem is this. When I jar it up as a distribution, I have to have JMF installed on any box that I wish to run it on. I thought that the point of Java was that it was a compile once run anywhere language. Am I missing something or just being a little dim?

    I have tried searching for a solution for this, but have come up with no answer. All help is greatly appreciated.

    Cheers

    Tone

    PS. Sorry if this is the incorrect section of the forum but I could see no more appropriate place

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    sorry all, I think I have just solved the problem

    Its actually on the netbeans site.

    Packaging and Deploying Desktop Java Applications

    sorry for being so retarded

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