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== Needed Files ==
 
== Needed Files ==
To get IBM's JDK, go to [WWW] http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/linux/download.html, and choose an SDK for 32-bit iSeries/pSeries. Be sure to get the 32-bit version even if you have a G5. You may choose to download both the latest 1.5.0 and 1.4.2 versions and install both if you wish. In any case, periodically check that page for newer Service Releases, and repeat the process described here whenever there is a new one. There is currently no way to keep track of which Service Release you are on under Ubuntu, so make a note of it. As of this writing, SR4 is the latest of the 1.5.0, and SR7 is the latest of the 1.4.2 version. You will have to register before being allowed to download anything. When you reach the download page, download the TGZ version of the SDK.
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=== IBM Java for PPC ===
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http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/linux/download.html,
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Select 32-bit iSeries/pSeries J2SE 5.0. As of writing this, the latest version is SR4. I'm not aware of anyway to detect what version is installed so just make a mental note of the service release number in case an update is needed for later. Yes, you will need to register to download this and yes, its a pain. When you finally reach the download page, download the .TGZ version of the JRE.
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== Preparing the Kurobox for brewing Java 1.5 ==
 
== Preparing the Kurobox for brewing Java 1.5 ==
  

Revision as of 17:53, 23 February 2007

Contents

Introduction

The purpose of this project is to create a Debian package of Java 1.5 so that it can be managed better than installing it manually.

Assumptions

  • Debian is already installed
  • Kurobox is accessible via FTP

Needed Files

IBM Java for PPC

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/linux/download.html,

Select 32-bit iSeries/pSeries J2SE 5.0. As of writing this, the latest version is SR4. I'm not aware of anyway to detect what version is installed so just make a mental note of the service release number in case an update is needed for later. Yes, you will need to register to download this and yes, its a pain. When you finally reach the download page, download the .TGZ version of the JRE.

Preparing the Kurobox for brewing Java 1.5

Must Haves

test

The the following packages may or may not be needed. BUT, if you don't install these, there will be butt loads of warnings / errors during the making of the Java 1.5 .deb package. I do recall when following the steps for creating a .deb package for Java 1.4.2 (see here), there were several warnings / errors as well. And for my purpose, it still worked fine. So if you are one of those that don't want to see a barrage of errors marching by on your console, install the packages in this section.

Install Key Packages

This will install some of the basic things to assist in making life a little easier when dealing with Debian.

  • Install Key Packages which can be found here