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is there a way to install java virtual machine on slackware. if at all possible Any help would be appreciated the application will be for logging into nortel equipment...
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    Linux Newbie jweekley1's Avatar
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    java virtual machine


    is there a way to install java virtual machine on slackware. if at all possible

    Any help would be appreciated


    the application will be for logging into nortel equipment

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    http://www.blackdown.org/ I use blackdown for my Java stuff.

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    do you wish to develop or just run java apps ?

    you need the j2sdk or j2re packages, both come with slackware on the default cds in the slackware/l/ directory I believe. just install those and you're set.

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    what it is you open your browser go to a particular ip address and log into a nortel phone switch. I keep an error message from the nortel equip. that java virtual machine is not installed.


    thanks

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    I pointed you to a good website. Check up a few posts.

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    thanks for the website lakedonald, it took a few trys but I think I figured out how to install it. the reason for the explaination was for kern he thought I might be trying to do some type of programming.

    I did use the website and it was a big help


    Thanks

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    I didn't assume you were doing programming, I suggested the JRE and the J2SDK

    one is for programming, the other is for just running apps

    my point was, both come with slackware and you dont need to install an external one.

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