the Java system parameter java.library.path defines the directories
that are searched for native libraries.
java.library.path should point to the directory where you have
On Linux this path typically is /usr/local/lib/jni, or /usr/lib/jni.
For example you could call your Java class like this:
java -Djava.library.path=/usr/local/lib/jni MyClass
If you start your program from Netbeans or Eclipse, you can save the
parameter value in the project properties.
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I have just change my java version and I can't run any more glpk
The dynamic link library for GLPK for Java could not beloaded.
whot should i do?
how can I change java -Djava.library.path? where is it and where
should I put it?