I don't have a Java compiler. The very word "compile" sends shivers down my spine.
Whenever I try to run the latest Tyrant release (using the tyrant.bat file, the tyrantjar.html file, or the Java runtime environment itself) I get errors saying that QuestApp was not found. I looked. It's there.
I looked at the JDK 1.4 thread, but that lists how to fix this problem with a compiler... which I don't have and don't know how to use.
Is there a way to fix this? Failing that, could some kind soul upload a compiled working version or something? I like Tyrant. : /
The following works for me:
a) Download and install the lastest Sun Java distribution
b) Double-click on the tyrant.jar file in windows explorer
Alternatively, you should be able to type the following in the command prompt:
java -jar tyrant.jar
Hope this helps!
p.s. make sure you download the tyrant.jar executable version rather than the source code!
That is a lot of help to those who run windows, any help for a novice Linux user?
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