[ale] Sun,Linux,Java, oh my
pfrostie at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 11 18:10:36 EDT 2002
i seem to recall there being an option for this already.
next time you build a kernel look for something called alternate binary
support or something like that.
On Sunday 11 August 2002 13:45, you wrote:
> So I was just reading a post on slashdot about Sun maybe releasing their
> own brand of Linux, and I got to thinking, would there be anyway to write
> a kernel mod that would directly support Java code. Basically to fuse
> Java(JVM) into the core of Linux to make it REALLY fast, more server side
> apps than client apps. Or just a way in general to really tie the two
> together and make it fly? Any thoughts? Or maybe even rewrite the Kernel
> so that it nativly supported Java class files, or maybe kinda like an
> applicance type thing.
> Just some thoughts...what do you guys/gals think...
> PS I will send a shinny new penny to anybody who can tell me(with out
> cheating), what Sun stands for.
> On Linux vs Windows
> Remember, amateurs built the Ark, Professionals built the Titanic!
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Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of DOS,
and danced the skies on Linux silvered wings.
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