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Old 16th March 2012, 07:20 PM
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Question How to import file i.e package in fedora?

i am working on a project that is in java and it is a shell in which common commands of fedora and windows can work appropriately,the project works well in windows but in fedora when i install the project in bin and compile it throws an error suggesting "import.filename" i.e is folder from which it wil extract the information but doesnot work what wil be the issue?...........thanks in advance
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