Subject: Re: Java Development Kit for NetBSD?
To: Peter Simons <email@example.com>
From: Thorsten Frueauf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/10/1997 23:20:03
> I am wondering if anybody has managed to make the JDK work on a
> NetBSD/i386 machine.
> I have received the sources for the JDK from SUN
> and am about to port them to NetBSD, but this would be a -major-
> effort, as far as I can tell at the moment.
Indeed ;-) And without a motif license I doubt that you can get the
AWT going with lesstif.
> So instead of undergoing that I am considering running the JDK for
> Linux or NetBSD using the emulation code in the kernel. Has anybody
> done something like that? Or is somebody else working on a port
> already so that we could join forces?
There are at least two possibilities - there is a jdk-1.0.2 for FreeBSD
- which worked for me well - and there is the jdk-1.1.1 for Linux, which
runs very well too. I just followed `man compat_freebsd`/`man compat_linux`
and had to adjust the wrapper script .java_wrapper.
Both are available via the link-page at http://java.sun.com/.
Name : Thorsten Frueauf Milano@irc cri@onaliM //
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