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Java Server With AlphServer ES40

Can I (It's possible) install Java in AplhaServer ES-40 running under Linux Debian?
Can I instal the same distribuction used for Tru64 Unix or not?

Tks!
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Re: Java Server With AlphServer ES40

> [...] Java [...]

Not a very detailed description of anything.

If Debian offers it (on Alpha), then you
should be able to install it on your Alpha
system (running Debian).

> Can I instal the same distribuction used
> for Tru64 Unix or not?

I don't know which distribution of what that
is, but, in general, I'd guess no. Tru64 is
a UNIX OS, and Linux looks like a UNIX OS,
but they really are two different operating
systems.
Occasional Advisor

Re: Java Server With AlphServer ES40

My question is, it is possible make a Java Server with Alphaserver ES-40 running Linux Debian?
There is any distribuntion of Java (JRE for alpha server processor + OS Linux) to start a Java web server running Linux is this machine?
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Re: Java Server With AlphServer ES40

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> My question is, [...]

If you really have a Linux question, then you
might get better answers sooner in a Linux
Forum than you will in this Tru64 forum:

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Linux/ct-p/itrc-118

> [...] make a Java Server [...]

I don't know what a "Java Server" is.

> There is any distribuntion of Java (JRE for
> alpha server processor + OS Linux) to start
> a Java web server running Linux is this
> machine?

Do you really want to use Java for a Web
server? (Why?)

Have you tried any of the usual "aptitude"
stuff to find a JRE kit? I'm not sure that
you need to do much. A simple search at
http://www.debian.org/
found:

http://www.debian.org/releases/lenny/alpha/release-notes/ch-whats-new.en.html

[...]
2.6. Java now in Debian

The OpenJDK Java Runtime Environment
openjdk-6-jre and Development Kit
openjdk-6-jdk, needed for executing Java GUI
and Webstart programs or building such
programs, are now in Debian. [...]


Of course, I have no idea which version of
anything you're running.