Java Based Products
With the release of the Java Developer's Kit 1.0.1/1.0.2 for
Linux, a number of Java based products are now capable of running
under Linux. Included below are links to any additional
instructions neccessary to run them on your machine.
Whenever you select a package from this list, be sure to check
HOWTO for any additional information.
- A replacement script
neccessary to run the HotJava browser under linux.
- Detailed *instructions
on operating JavaSoft's Internet Server/Framework under
- The JDBC(tm) Database Access API. Linux based
JDBC drivers are listed elsewhere in this document.
- A *replacement
script to run the JWS for Solaris x86 under
linux. In addition, there is a replacement Linux
that supports the -jws flag when compiling. Note:
debugging will not work under Linux.
BISS GmbH Products
- The BISS-AWT Java Framework
is a free Java Framework/AWT replacement. The package is
available from BISS GmbH and all Java-Linux
mirror sites. BISS-AWT can be used in conjunction
with Kaffe, a free
Http from www.blackdown.org (McLean, Virginia) Release
- *GWE Technologies
- JDBC Driver for use with *mySQL
are available from GWE Technologies Ltd.
- *OpenLink Sofware
- JDBC Drivers with linux support are available from
- *Center for
- JDBC Driver for use with *mSQL.
- RXTX v0.500
- A native method library and supporting classes for
implementing serial communications with the Linux JDK
1.0.2. Available via HTTP from *www.blackdown.org.
- An extended, high performance Java compiler that makes
provision for c++ features such as templates and operator
Created by Karl Asha,
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