Where can I find out what optional Java packages are available for Linux?

Nathan Meyers

The Blackdown organization Web site (http://www.blackdown.org) provides information on Linux-specific Java extensions - some on its Product Information pages and some in its download pages. Extensions currently available include:

  • Tritonus - an implementation of the JavaSound API
  • JavaComm for Linux - an implementation of the JavaComm API for serial and parallel ports
  • RXTX - a low-level serial device interface (also used by the JavaComm implementation)
  • JAI - an implementation of the Java Advanced Imaging architecture
  • JMF - an implementation of the Java Media Framework
  • java3d - an implementation of the Java3D API
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