#3 Could not find the main class: cx.fbn.nevernote.NeverNote

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nobody
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2011-07-20
2011-07-17
Anonymous
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I installed on Win7-64 and when launching NeverNote, got a popup saying 'Could not find the main class: cx.fbn.nevernote.NeverNote'. This was resolved by downloading and installing 64-bit Java here: http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp but this wasn't straightforward because the default Java download page here http://java.com/en/download/ said, looking at my 32-bit Java, that the correct Java was already installed. This was probably because my browser, FireFox, was a 32-bit version. There's no harm having 32 and 64-bit Java installed side-by-side and once the 64-bit Java was installed, NeverNote ran fine.

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  • Randy Baumgarte

    Randy Baumgarte - 2011-07-17

    Thanks. It has the same problem on Linux 64 when running a 32 bit JVM. As far as I can tell, there isn't a way for me to determine that a 32 bit JVM is being used and to install the 32 bit Jambi files under Windows 64, but I'll take another look to see if I can find a way.

     
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    Anonymous - 2011-07-20

    I didn't intend to add to your todo list - I just wanted to somehow post the error message and a possible solution. It clearly is not a NeverNote problem - it's just that Java gives an obscure error. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.

     
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    Anonymous - 2011-07-20
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  • Randy Baumgarte

    Randy Baumgarte - 2011-07-20

    You didn't add to my todo list. It is something I need to at least add a note about in the documentation and others have had the issue too.

    Thanks for the report and reminding me!

     

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