Java for Linux

Java for Linux

Post by Jason L. Asba » Sat, 26 Aug 1995 04:00:00



Greets!

I'm looking for pointers for Java distributions for Linux.  Has anyone
ported it yet?

Thanks,

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Java for Linux

Post by Randy Chapm » Sun, 27 Aug 1995 04:00:00


It is being worked on, but work is coming slowly.  Requests for the

(this list is java-linux ...)

--randy


: Greets!

: I'm looking for pointers for Java distributions for Linux.  Has anyone
: ported it yet?

: Thanks,

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: Reactive Systems / C.R.A.S.H.          Houston, Texas  77006
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Java for Linux

Post by Randy Chapma » Tue, 19 Sep 1995 04:00:00


"they" being sun?  No, sun is not working on it.  However, I am and its
going along fairly nicely.  I'm even getting graphics stuff to come up.  
Unfortuantely, not hotjava yet :(

--randy



> >It is being worked on, but work is coming slowly.
>  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

>  "They" say it is NOT being "worked on"
>  One of our staff has installed W95 (I don't blame him) just so that he
>  can run java.  I run it on my sparc, but distribute the i/o (naturally)
>  to my linux box.  Others are not so lucky.  I wish the Netscape people  
>  would please hurry and get with the program, and support java code in
>  netscape.  I hope they don't do anything "clever" with it like they tried
>  to do with html, though.  If they fail to understand the concept (like they
>  failed to do with html) they could end up ruining what's so great about
>  java.


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Java for Linux

Post by Brian Clemen » Wed, 20 Sep 1995 04:00:00


What is java?

Brian

 
 
 

Java for Linux

Post by Paul Philli » Thu, 21 Sep 1995 04:00:00




>> What is java?

>It's also a browser for VRML by Sun.
>(Actually, that one's calles hot java).

It has absolutely nothing to do with VRML.  Java is a language;
HotJava is a browser; information available at <URL:http://java.sun.com/>

 -PSP

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Java for Linux

Post by Dean Colli » Thu, 21 Sep 1995 04:00:00



: > What is java?
:
: It's an island in Indonesia.
:
: It's also a browser for VRML by Sun.
: (Actually, that one's calles hot java).

Nope.  It's a *language* from Sun.  HotJava is a web browser
which understands the Java language.  VRML is a virtual-reality
extention to html, not really realted to Java or HotJava.
Check out http://java.sun.com and comp.infosystems.www.*
for more info.

It's also a beverage consumed in mass quantities here in Seattle.

Deano
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Java for Linux

Post by Rogier van Wanro » Thu, 21 Sep 1995 04:00:00






>> What is java?
>It's an island in Indonesia.

Yeps

Quote:>It's also a browser for VRML by Sun.
>(Actually, that one's calles hot java).

No, it's not a VRML-browser (webspace by SGI/TGS is among others a VRML
browser). Java is a language in which you can write platform and OS
independent programs, hotjava is a browser that can download java-applets
from website's and run them for you. For more (and correct) information
see http://java.sun.com

Greetings Rogier

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Java for Linux

Post by Donnie V. Sava » Thu, 21 Sep 1995 04:00:00


check out http://java.sun.com/

-donnie

 
 
 

Java for Linux

Post by Simone Demm » Thu, 21 Sep 1995 04:00:00



Quote:>from website's and run them for you. For more (and correct) information
>see http://java.sun.com

Let me add this:
http://java.blackdown.org/java-linux.html

(There are Informations about: HotJava for Linux)

neko
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Java for Linux

Post by Corey A. Johnso » Thu, 21 Sep 1995 04:00:00


VRML stands for Virtual Reality Modeling Language, when it was initially introduced
it stood for Virtual Reality Markup Language...  Silicon graphics and others have
been working on it for sometime.  Netscape has mentioned including an interpreter in
future versions of Navigator... basically it allows for the creation of 3D worlds
and allows real time navigation and interaction within this 3D "world"...  
Currently company called Paper Software has introduced WebFX for Netscape and
QMosiac, which allows for VRML... you can find WebFX at http://www.paperinc.com
If you have ever worked with POVray, VRML will be familiar to you...  If you want
some sample scripts that I have written... let me know...

--
Corey A. Johnson
Mercedes Homes, Inc.
Network Systems Specialist
SCO ACE

 
 
 

Java for Linux

Post by Gerd Kno » Fri, 22 Sep 1995 04:00:00





>> No, it's not a VRML-browser (webspace by SGI/TGS is among others a VRML
>> browser). Java is a language in which you can write platform and OS
>> independent programs, hotjava is a browser that can download java-applets
>> from website's and run them for you. For more (and correct) information
>> see http://java.sun.com
>Opps, I was wrong. Is there a VRML browser for Linux? And are there any
>sites? Who made VRML? Is java only developped by Sun (and Netscape)?

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Quote:>> I'm using Solaris 2.4 on a Sun workstation and was wondering if
>> there are any VRML browsers available for this platform at the
>> moment.

|> ftp://iicm.tu-graz.ac.at/pub/Hyper-G/VRweb/

Note: this directory is mirrored daily (nightly) to:

  Austria      ftp://ftp.tu-graz.ac.at/pub/Hyper-G/VRweb
  Germany      ftp://elib.zib-berlin.de/pub/InfoSystems/Hyper-G/VRweb
               ftp://ftp.ask.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/infosystems/Hyper-G/VRweb
  Italy        ftp://ftp.esrin.esa.it/pub/Hyper-G/VRweb
  Sweden       ftp://ftp.sunet.se/pub/Networked.Information.Retrieval/Hyper-G/VRweb
  New Zealand  ftp://ftp.cs.auckland.ac.nz/pub/HMU/Hyper-G/VRweb
  UK           ftp://unix.hensa.ac.uk/mirrors/Hyper-G/VRweb
  USA          ftp://ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Hyper-G/VRweb
               ftp://ftp.utdallas.edu/pub/Hyper-G/VRweb
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there are vrweb binaries for linux too.

  Gerd

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