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Hey There,

I think the problem might be in the classpath definition on the command line:

java -classpath ./:./jars/tools.jar:./jars/nexus.jar

Since all the paths start with "./" you'd have to be in the directory with the jars subdirectory when you run the install.sh script.

That's my first inclination. Let me know if that's off-base and I'll try to help you out some more. If possible, and it won't be a security problem for you, can you also past the output from

set
pwd
ls

while you're logged in. That might help me see the problem.

Best Wishes :)

, Mike

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I'm sorry,

I hit return before I meant to. Also, try checking (with the "set" command), what your java classpath is set to in your environment. You should add that as $classpath or $CLASSPATH or $CATALINA_HOME, etc at the end of the colon (:) separated classpath that you call on the command line. Since it's explicit, you may be unintentionally not including some basic jar files that you need to run the installer.

Thanks :)

, Mike

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