Linux Section Index

Can I run a JDK under FreeBSD?

Can I cut, copy, and paste between AWT and other X applications under Linux?

Why has the -Xnoagent option gone away in JDK1.3.1?

What causes the error "Can't connect to X11 window server"?

Where can I learn (more) about using Java's JNI (Java Native Interface) to interface Java with platform native code?

Where can I learn (more) about dealing with 2D (two dimensional) and 3D (three dimensional) images, sound, speech, telelphony, and the rest of Java's support for advanced media handling?

Where can I learn (more) about Java running on IBM's AS/400 series computers?

Where can I learn (more) about Java's AWT (Abstract Window Toolkit)?

How can I limit the size of a growing logfile Java creates on Linux? Can I have a file that "loses" data at the beginning to keep it from growing past a certain size?

What is the thread limit in Sun's jdk1.3 on Linux?

Can I have Java Web Server on Linux?

What are the hardware requirements for running a servlet environment on Linux with Apache, Tomcat, and PostregSQL?

The javac compiler is slow and expensive - I need a way to optimize for my application.

What's the difference between the "client" and "server" virtual machines in JDK1.3 and later?

Can I increase the number of file descriptors my app can support by increasing the number of threads? Since every thread on Linux is a process, and every process allows a certain number of file descriptors, it seems that this should be possible.

About | Sitemap | Contact
We have made updates to our Privacy Policy to reflect the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation.