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FreeBSD5.0 Mozilla1.1, XFree86-4 , and JRE1.4.01
- Subject: FreeBSD5.0 Mozilla1.1, XFree86-4 , and JRE1.4.01
- From: Brian.Duke at Level3.com (Duke, Brian)
- Date: Mon May 26 18:02:57 2003
On: Monday, May 26, 2003 6:09 PM
Pete Collins [mailto:pete_(_at_)_mozdev_(_dot_)_org] said:
>I'm and old FreeBSD user. ;-) I love FreeBSD ports, RPM sucks. Debian apt-get is the only package system close to FreeBSD.
Good to meet someone who appreciates fine art...
>Just type gcc -v
Using built-in specs.
Configured with: FreeBSD/i386 system compiler
Thread Model: posix
gcc version 3.2.1 [FreeBSD] 20021119 (release)
>> Looks like I will be reloading my OS tonight.
>Yea, that's for Linux emulation in the FreeBSD kernel. I thought FreeBSD
>just got native JVM support. In fact I know the developer who
>implemented it last summer.
I just noticed I can install linux binary compatability in /stand/sysinstall ; Post-install config ; System startup options. So it looks like I have Linux capabilities now without a full reinstall....very cool. About the Native JVM, is it on the 5.0 release?
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