[ Recording and Running
[ Command Line
- Ensure you have Java 2 v1.4 or later. From UNIX you can check from
your command line by running:
From Windows you can check the list in Add/Remove Programs.
If your Java is earlier than 1.4 then you must
download a new version.
Java Standard Edition (J2SE) is fine.
java is in your PATH. If you can run:
at your command line then everything is right. If not then you
must edit the included bin/maxq.bat (Windows) or bin/maxq (UNIX)
files and replace
java with the full path to your java
binary (java.exe on Windows), or change your PATH environment variable.
- Download the latest version of MaxQ and unzip it. MaxQ normally does not
care what directory it is in, but you may want to add MaxQ's bin directory
to your PATH environment variable.
- If you are running Windows 95, 98 or ME then you must change the
directory in the
set MAXQ line in bin/maxq.bat to
the directory containing MaxQ.
If you have any problems, ask on our
Running Behind a Firewall
If you are running MaxQ behind a firewall then you must give MaxQ the
address of your proxy server. Uncomment and set these two lines in