I'm running into some issues running the modem simulator on UNIX (it runs fine on Windows) and I was wondering if anyone else has encountered similar behaviour. I'll try to briefly sum up what's happening:
Here's my shell script:
java -verbose -classpath .:classes:lib\mail.jar:lib\activation.jar:lib\xalan.jar:lib\j2ee.jar:lib\sun-xercesImpl.jar:lib\xercesImpl.jar:lib\dom.jar:lib\saaj-api.jar:lib\saaj-impl.jar:lib\commons-httpclient-2.0.jar:lib\commons-logging.jar:lib\commons-logging-api.jar:lib\commons-httpclient-2.0.jar com.supportsoft.acs.modemsimulator.simulate_n_modem $*
And now the console output (note that I've turned verbosity on, and included the most important parts):
-Kill_range n,m= kills modem starting from n to m
Appears to be an issue with commons-httpclient-2.0.jar. I'm not sure if the presence of the ClassFormatError indicates that it is corrupt, but that seems unlikely as I have tried copying the same file from other areas on aluminum. I've also tried playing with the classpath-ordering of the jar file, to no avail. Debugging it from the command-line hasn't turned up anything useful either. Help, I'm running out of ideas!
P.S. - I AM using the same java version between Windows and UNIX (1.4.1_07), so that shouldn't be an issue.
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