>> If '/usr/local/bin/j2sdkee1.3.1/bin:' appears multiple times in your
>> path, I can only guess that it's added multiple times during login -
>> check your .bashrc, .bash_profile, .profile, /etc/profile ... it's got
>> to be in one of those.
Maybe you have not re-run your login scripts, try doing:
source /etc/bashrc etc etc etc
I had a similar problem when installing arcserve (spit) 9 (spit) for linux
and that was all was needed.
It was complaining about missing paths & files.
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