Re: How to install java as a private JVM on Linux(RedHat7.1) ?
Tuesday, May 29, 2001 06:10 PM
What do you mean by private - what sort of privacy
are you trying to provide? The Unix/Linux process
mechanism provides a lot of security - two different
processes do not have access to each others memory
space. Is that what you're looking for? You don't need
multiple installations of software to run multiple process
instances; every time you launch the JVM from the
"java" command, you're running a new instance in
its own process.