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[JAI] location of JAI native acceleration files

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Anonymous

Hi,

I've just been throwing the checkmmx.exe and other JAI
acceleration-oriented support

files in my lib directory alongside the JAI jars in my application.
Where does JAI

look for checkmmx.exe, do I have to put it on the system PATH or modify
the system

path? I am redistributing the jars with my app, so the customer
doesn't have to download

and install the JAI themselves.

-Jim

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James Cheng

Hi Jim,

> Where does JAI look for checkmmx.exe, do I have to put it on
> the system PATH or modify the system path?

http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/jai/INSTALL-1_1_2_01.html#Files

jre/bin/checkmmx.exe

If you install checkmmx.exe to that location, then you don't
have to modify PATH.

Thanks,
-James

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Brian Burkhalter

Jim,

I believe that you have to put the .dll and .exe files on the PATH.

Brian

On Wed, 25 May 2005, James Carroll wrote:

> I've just been throwing the checkmmx.exe and other JAI
> acceleration-oriented support
>
> files in my lib directory alongside the JAI jars in my application.
> Where does JAI
>
> look for checkmmx.exe, do I have to put it on the system PATH or modify
> the system
>
> path? I am redistributing the jars with my app, so the customer
> doesn't have to download
>
> and install the JAI themselves.

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