RailRoadProgram Software Download
Make sure you can run the BlackBox sample program included with Sun's commapi
package. If you can run this program you most likely will have no trouble
with RailRoadProgram. Here are some tips for running the program from Windows
Make sure that the java program is added to the ControlPanel-System-Environment
"Path" variable. Here is an example Path: "%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;C:\jdk1.1.8\bin"
To run the program do one of the following.
Make sure the environment variable CLASSPATH set up in the ControlPanel-System-Environment.
Just add the RailRoadProgram.jar file you have downloadedRailRoadProgram
into the CLASSPATH variable. The path to the commapi will also need to
be added to the CLASSPATH variable. here is an example CLASSPATH: "%SystemDrive%\DATA\javasource\program\exec\RailRoadProgram.jar;%SystemDrive%\jdk1.1.8\lib\comm.jar"
One option is to open a command prompt window and type "java RailRoadProgram"
and you should be up and running. Configuration data will be saved in the
directory you start the program from.
Another option would be be the type the command in the Start:Run command
prompt. "C:\jdk1.1.8\bin\java RailRoadProgram". Configuration data will
be saved in the C:\jdk1.1.8\bin directory .
The Macintosh version of RailRoadProgram assumes that you have have MRJ
2.0 or later installed.
You can download the most recent version of MRJ from the Apple Java
To use MRJ 2.0, your computer must have a 68040 or PowerPC microprocessor
with at least 24 MB of RAM, 16 MB of which must be physical (that is,
virtual memory), and 13 MB of free disk space. System 8.0 or later
although you can install MRJ 2.0 on System 7.6.1 by specifying a custom
Computers running with a 68040 microprocessor must have 32-bit addressing
turned on (as speciÞed in the Memory control panel)..Use the
link below to download the Macintosh version of RailRoadProgram. Unzip
the downloaded file by using the application of you choice.
To run the program double click on the unzipped application.
Download Macintosh RailRoadProgram