The directory paths used in this section assume that you have installed both the JDK and Swing releases under
/home/me(for Solaris) or on drive C (for Windows). You should adjust the directory paths to reflect your installation.
- Set the environment variables with commands like the following:% setenv JDKHOME /home/me/jdk1.1.3 % setenv SWINGHOME /home/me/swing-0.3
- Windows 95
- Open your favorite text editor and add the following to your system's
AUTOEXEC.BATfile:CLASSPATH %JDKHOME%\LIB\classes.zip JDKHOME C:\JDK1.1.3 Path %Path%;%JDKHOME%\bin SWINGHOME C:\swing-0.3
- Windows NT
- Double-click the System icon inside the Control Panel. When the System Properties dialog box opens, place the following in the lower list box, which is labeled "User Variables":Note: Be careful not to change your system environment variables, which appear in the upper list box.CLASSPATH %JDKHOME%\LIB\classes.zip JDKHOME C:\JDK1.1.3 Path %Path%;%JDKHOME%\bin SWINGHOME C:\swing-0.3