Hi, I am in the process of migrating our network admin system to FreeBSD and one of the critical requirements is being able to access our KVM (keyboard video mouse) switch from this system. The vendor has provided a remote client which is in the form of a jar file which is not getting installed. I am running FreeBSD 8 and I have copied diablo-caffe-freebsd7-i386-1.6.0_07-b02.tar.bz2 to /usr/ports/distfiles and compiled the same. This was done earlier to make the java plugin work in Mozilla Firefox which works just fine. The jar file when run with 'java -jar <filename.jar>' opens a gui and walks me through the process and exits without any errors and states that the app is installed, but when I open the folder where the files are supposed to be installed, I see only one Uninstall folder and nothing else. The same jar file installs perfectly under Linux (FC10) and the install folder has a host of subfolders and files which are not installed under FreeBSD. Is there a specific process for installing jar files? Where are errors written when programs are installed? (I didn't find any in /var/log/messages). I am a newbie wrt java and would like to know what environment variables are to be set (and to what) for the java installation (like JAVA_HOME,CLASSPATH etc. thanks in advance.