We can't help unless you tell us what the "problems" are! To answer your second question: in Linux, the GUI is separate from the OS, whereas in Windows they're one and the same. So there are many different graphical environments for Linux. The new "Java desktop" is one of those. I wasn't sure if you understood this, but you need to run the Java desktop on top of some other existing UNIX/Linux installation.
Originally posted by chinedu efoagui: p.s he new java desktop is similar to linux right?
In fact, the Java Desktop Systemis a Linux distribution just like Red Hat Linux, SuSE Linux, Debian Linux, etc. The Java Desktop System distribution just has more Java stuff bundled by default compared to the others. In fact, the desktop is in no way related to Java (it's the same GNOME as in other Linuxes...). [ October 11, 2003: Message edited by: Lasse Koskela ]
I don't believe Java dist is released yet. What exactly are you having problem with, chinedu?
posted 15 years ago
ok thanks for all your help i was trying to installing redhat linux 9 right. but setting the swap ,root and so on partition seems not easy. ok when i insist right the installer has a problem always installing the gnome desktop.coming up with an error. anyway ou mentioned the java desktp system could i just add it to the present linux os after installation .when is it comin out ? thanks
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posted 15 years ago
anyway ou mentioned the java desktp system could i just add it to the present linux os after installation .when is it comin out ?
Initially, the Java Desktop System only supports the integrated Linux it ships with. According to the page I referred earlier, the Java Desktop System is due December 2003. [ October 13, 2003: Message edited by: Lasse Koskela ]