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Re: Many problems with 6.0, possibly java

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  • Subject: [mg89499] Re: Many problems with 6.0, possibly java
  • From: Helen Read <read at math.uvm.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 03:17:06 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <g2lbb9$98b$1@smc.vnet.net>

Shane wrote:
> Ever since I reinstalled Java JRE 6, my Mathematica 6.0 hasn't been
> cooperative. When I start it up a dialog pops up right away: "Choose a
> MathLink program to launch", I've selected Mathematica.exe and the other
> executables in the Mathematica folder, but the problem that many
> functions don't work is still there. Here's what pops up in the messages
> dialog:
> 
> "JLink`InstallJava::uifail: The separate Java user-interface link \ 
> could not be established.
> 
> JLink`InstallJava::fail: A link to the Java runtime could not be \ 
> established."
> 
> Additionally to some functions not working, when I open the
> documentation center, after a few seconds of idling, the program gives this:
>> 
> "The Kernel is not responding to a Dynamic Evaluation. You may either
> choose to abort and restart the kernel or continue waiting. Dynamic
> updating can be re-enabled using the Dynamic Updating Enabled command in
> the Evaluation menu. - Abort or -Continue Waiting".

We had problems with the Java runtime error and the kernel not 
responding to a dynamic evaluation error at my institution (on WinXP and 
Vista machines) until we added an exception for the Mathematica 
installation directory in our anti-virus client (NOD32). All is well 
since then.

--
Helen Read
University of Vermont


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