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OS 10.4 - What is this????


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So suddenly I have a folder named: ppDir
under this folder i have two files: libDAJNILib.jnilib & pplibDAJNILib.jnilib

what are those? and how did they get there? if i erase them, will it affect anything on my computer?

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Have you been playing Party Poker online? I'm not entirely sure but I think they are library files and may also have something to do with Java ...
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h.e.l.l. yeah! haha
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