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From Thor Heinrichs-Wolpert <>
Subject Re: question about geronimo + amd64 linux
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2006 06:08:50 GMT
What's wrong with the Sun implementation?

Linux AMD64 Platform - J2SE(TM) Development Kit 5.0 Update 6

I run that one on my SuSe 64-bit on dual-proc AMD servers.  Other  
than having to tweak some memory settings, we haven't had problems.

Thor HW

On 22-Feb-06, at 6:13 PM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:

> IBM makes its JDK available from the Developerworks site for AMD  
> and Intel EM64T on Linux Distros.  I don't know a lot about them  
> but they are here if you want to take a look.  http:// 
> I found this by looking on Google for "IBM JDK Linux Download."
> Looks like there are JDKs for 64-bit for both 1.5 and 1.4.2.  Looks  
> like you have to register so I'll leave that as an exercise for the  
> reader.
> Enjoy.
> Samad, Alex wrote:
>> Hi
>> I am  newbie on the Geronimo front, I previously had tomcat  
>> installed to
>> investigate and to run jspwiki.  A friend recommended Geronimo, so I
>> have installed this and am looking to migrate my jspwiki to Geronimo.
>> But my first hurdle is that I am upgrading to os from debian to  
>> debian
>> amd64.  This presents a problem I can't seem to find a jvm 1.4x  
>> for 64
>> bit environment, not from sun nor from bea.
>> I remember reading earlier that jdk 5.x doesn't work with Geronimo  
>> and I
>> am presuming that jboss 5.x doesn't work either.  Do I have any other
>> work arounds ?
>> Can some body clarify what will/will not work with Geronimo + jdk  
>> 5.x,
>> as I also remember reading that some people have gotten it  
>> working.....
>> Alex

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