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    Hello, I have 1 question: are here any similar devices like Tahoe .NET Development Kit but for java? Thanks alot
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    Default Re: Java development kit

    There is a JDK: Java SE Downloads

    The Really Big Index - tutorial for setting it up, and using the language.

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    Thx, but this seems like software solution. I've got homework: "Chose processor, install linux to it, java virtual machine and control kit's functions". His vision is something like this: Java development kit-pvk40_ums_big.jpg
    Processor, some leds, some buttons and maybe that 7segment thing which I'll have to control via java ME. (forgot to mention it has to be ME not SE, sorry)
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    What processor is on that board?

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    16F877A, but it does not matter. This board was just an example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by horato View Post
    16F877A, but it does not matter. This board was just an example.
    Well, the processor does matter; there are (quite a lot of?) processors on which no jvm runs. Maybe you can try 'jamvm' (Google is your friend here) and see if there is a port available for your processor; if not, you might be able to do the port yourself, but don't assume that Java runs on any and every processor in the universe.

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    Thanks alot,

    I know there are many processors which are not compatible with java, thats why Iam trying to find some kit or prefabricated set of parts which can I use. Something like that thing for .Net I posted.

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    Try the Atmel platform (the 'Atmega' processor); it can run a version of linux and it has a port of jamvm running. There also is a SIG for that processor.

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    Thanks alot. So, I have to create my own desk huh? Start Eagle, put there parts etc. and tell someone to make it.

    btw. what SIG means?

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    Quote Originally Posted by horato View Post
    Thanks alot. So, I have to create my own desk huh? Start Eagle, put there parts etc. and tell someone to make it.

    btw. what SIG means?
    There are nice boards available for the Atmel processor, Google is your friend here again, there's no need to look for your soldering iron ;-) b.t.w. SIG == Special Interest Group.

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    Thank you so much, I've found this:

    I will try it. Thanks so much again

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    Quote Originally Posted by horato View Post
    Thank you so much, I've found this <img> I will try it. Thanks so much again
    I don't think that thingy will run any version of linux, which I consider a prerequisite if you want it to run Java; better try an Atmega32 processor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by horato View Post
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    As I can see that processor is changeable... What happen if I try put there some 32bit processor like http://www.gotronik.pl/zestawyurucho...ega32mini.html? :)

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