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JDK on Compact Flash





mike_phi
Hi there, just a quick question with regard to enabling a compact flash device with the Java Jdk.
I saw an interesting peice of hardware where one could connect a compact flash device to IDE, this compact flash could actually be loaded with boot information and used to boot up the system, smart way to ensure your system remains bootable dispit any hard drive failiures.

I was wondering has anyone managed to deploy/install the Java JDK on a compact flash device, where one could run a java application based on the java enabled compact flash device.

cheers
mike_phi
mmmm yes very posible to do : ), just for inforation purposes I thought I would come back with the answer.

There is two ways to do it:

Method 1 (probably the best method)

Insert the compact flash decice into a conpact flash to PCMCIA adaptor (for those of you who dont have a compact flash slop on your PC)

the Flash device appers as a drive, from her on its simple just install the JDK on the new drive : )

Method 2 (Lazy Boy Approach)

cop an existing Java installation from your machine to the drive presented by the compact flash




And thats it you now have a java enabled compact flash device : )

cheers
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