Titan24 — Time on Titan

Download Titan24 "Generic"

The Titan24 "Generic" package is for computers not running the Mac OS X or Windows operating system.

Titan24 requires that a Java 1.4 virtual machine, or better, be installed.

Download Titan24

Download the Titan24 archive format you prefer.

Install and Run Titan24

Depending on your operating system and how you have it set up, installing Titan24 may be as simple as double-clicking the Titan24J archive icon on your desktop. If not, then you may have to use the appropriate command-line call from the shell.

The Titan24 archive contains a folder called Titan24J which holds the following items:

  • Java application in a jar file called "Titan24.jar".
  • Folder called "sourcemaps" containing two equirectangular map images.
  • Titan landmarks file "titanlandmarks.xml".
  • A README file.

Depending on your operating system set-up, you should be able to launch Titan24 by simply double-clicking on the Titan24.jar file. But if that desn't work, then you would need to launch from a shell command line by typing:

java -jar Titan24.jar

Debugging Installation Problems

If you find that after download and installation, Titan24 for Windows won't start, a possible reason might be that you don't have a Java Runtime Engine (JRE) installed on your computer. This is the most common reason on Windows computers. To check for this, use the Sun utility that looks for Java on your desktop and automatically downloads it if necessary. Go to the Java.com website and click on the "Free Download" button.

Note: It is possible to have a Java plugin enabled in your web browser which allows you to run applets, but not have a JRE installed which allows you to run Java applications.