I'm trying to run jpwsafe on my desktop machine, running under jaunty 64 Bit.
I'd like to point out first that I'm a bit confused by the package contents of
the linux package - there's no README, just one shell file and one jar file in
the root directory.
Starting the shell file on the command line causes no output and just some
high CPU usage for about 1 second.
Starting the jar file via
java -jar PasswordSafeSWT.jar
on the command line results in the following output:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method)
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:
... 12 more
Could not find the main class: org.pwsafe.passwordsafeswt.PasswordSafeJFace.
Program will exit.
I'm using the Sun JRE, I've tried both the 64bit and the 32 bit version (via
I would really appreciate any help on this!
Ahem, so sorry to have bothered you with this... don't know why I jumped to
conclusions so quickly here - I finally found the 64 bit version, now it runs
Maybe because the automatic download selection feature automatically suggested
the 32-bit-version ;-)
happy to have some problems solve themselves so easily... ;-)
Afaik there is only one file that can be marked as default for a platform, but
maybe we can add more hints to avoid this in the future...
Have Fun with Java Passwordsafe
I added an "-x86" to the download file name and a 32bit tag, hope this will
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