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This happened to me in Red Hat 8.0 with Sun’s j2sdk1.4.1_01, though I think it happens with a lot of Java packages. My problem was that I was writing at the command line:

 bash> java my_program.class

I should not have included the .class in my command line call. I just had to make sure that I was calling java from the directory where my class file was stored.

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