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How to pass values containing spaces using Runtime.exec(command)? There doesn't seem to be any way to include a space character within an argument.

Why do applets that look good under Netscape/Windows look terrible under Netscape/Linux? The layout doesn't work, the text fields are too small to contain the text, etc.

How can I identify the top-level thread of a Java process?

How can I generate native code instead of classfiles from my Java source?

How do I run Java programs from a crontab entry?

How do java.lang.Runtime.totalMemory() and freeMemory() relate to values reported by top and other tools? In particular, why do Java processes use so much memory (according to top) above the limit set by the Xmx option and above the value reported by totalMemory()? Also, why does the memory use reported by top never decrease?

How do I run a Java program as a daemon on Linux?

How do I use Unix pipes with Java?

How can I run a remote program using Runtime.exec()? For example, I'd like to launch a remote program on a Linux box from Windows.

Why can't a servlet find class sun/awt/X11GraphicsEnvironment on a Solaris server?

Where do the Sun JDK distributions for Linux get installed?

Where can I learn (more) about Java development tools?

Where can I learn (more) about Apache's Java-based server, Tomcat?

Where can I learn (more) about Java's support for developing multi-threaded programs?

How can I control the userid of a remote process, such as a servlet, rmid process, or EJB running on behalf of a particular user?