On Fri, 2004-12-17 at 11:44 +0000, Jim Higson wrote: > Anything Java should be CPU-independent, given it runs on a virtual machine. > Once you have a JVM installed there shold be no problems. Fedora doesn't come > with Java because it's not free (as in freedom, it's free as in free beer) Fedora comes with gcj and wrapper scripts to emulate a Java VM. > Unfortunately Sun seem to think Linux = i386. IBM do a VM that you might want > to check out. Wrong, Sun provides a great VM for AMD64 which is also supported by Intel EM64T systems, it just does not include a Mozilla plugin :-( Tom -- T h o m a s Z e h e t b a u e r ( TZ251 ) PGP encrypted mail preferred - KeyID 96FFCB89 finger thomasz hostmaster org for key History has shown that the people who make history do not learn from it.
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