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Installing the KVM

 
Tommy Tucker
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I recently downloaded CLDC 1.1 on to fedora core 2 from the sun web site. I was wondering what has to be done to install the KVM on my machine. Does the source code for the kvm have to be compiled before the KVM is installed on a machine?
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I was also wondering, once the kvm is installed on a machine, how is it possible to force an application to run on the KVM?
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Any help would be much appreciated
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Jason Fox
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Easiest way is to download sun's WTK from : http://java.sun.com/products/j2mewtoolkit/download-2_0.html

It says its not supported under linux, but I'm running it under Mandrake 10. The WTK includes CLDC as well as MIDP, an emulator, preverifier, etc.
 
Tommy Tucker
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Thanks for your help Jason.
I was trying to avoid using the wireless toolkit. I found good instructions in the O'Reilly book J2ME in a nutshell about how to to set up the kvm and execute programs using it. No need to compile it just set the PATH environment variable to point it and add a few paths to the CLASSPATH.
 
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