RE: [uCsimm] Java KVM on uCSimm

From: Stuart Norton (
Date: Tue Oct 10 2000 - 05:30:19 EDT

Trouble is, it's the graphics that I want. I want to be able to put on
simple graphics applications in an environment that I already know, which is

Jason: I'll have a go and what you said (which might take a while,
considering my current knowledge)

Anyone else got any experience of LCD graphics KVM stuff on Linux on

Stuart Norton,
Project Manager,
Densitron Technologies plc.

Tel: +44 (0)1959 542000

-----Original Message-----
From: Jason P. Garforth []
Sent: 09 October 2000 15:34
Subject: RE: [uCsimm] Java KVM on uCSimm


        I mangaged to port the KVM a few weeks ago to uClinux and the
uCsimm. It
works quite well, inc http/socket and file access. Once you have the linux
patches for the KVM you need to remove the ROM option, all the graphics
options (simply by removing the Java source tree for them - these seem to be
X or palm specific) and alter the KVM source code so that it doesn't use the
fread library call which uClinux has a problem with.

        All the best,


-----Original Message-----


Has anyone successfully got a Java KVM running on the uCSimm. It seems to me
like it fits the description for a KVM perfectly. Connected, low power, low
footprint etc.

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