Thank you for choosing Java™ SE for Embedded for your embedded system. Java SE for Embedded 6 Update 32 is based on Java Platform Standard Edition 6 Update 32 (Java SE 6 Update 32) and provides specific features and support for embedded systems.
This document provides details about the Java Runtime Environment (JRE™) of Java SE for Embedded 6. The Java Runtime Environment contains the Java virtual machine, runtime class libraries, and Java application launcher that are necessary to run programs written in the Java programming language. It is not a development environment and does not contain development tools such as compilers or debuggers. For development tools, see the Java Development Kit (JDK™) Tools and Utilities documentation.
To ensure that you have the most recent update of the technical documents for Java SE for Embedded, check the latest versions on the Java SE for Embedded Product Documentation web site.
Be sure to read the Release Notes for Java SE for Embedded 6 Update 32.
See also the Java SE 6 Release Notes for release information on the Java SE 6 platform.
The Java SE for Embedded technology included in this package can be installed using the
To install Java SE for Embedded on your system, download the files onto your system and uncompress the binary files with the following commands:
gunzip <name of the downloaded file>
tar xvf <name of the downloaded file>
ejre1.6.0_32 will be created in your current directory and populated with the entire JRE release. This installation directory,
<current-directory>/ejre1.6.0_32, will be hereafter referred to as
<JAVA_HOME>/bin to your
PATH environment variable setting in order to run the Java binaries.
This release of Java SE for Embedded 6 Update 32 was tested on Linux for ARM, Power Architecture and x86 systems. The requirements of these systems are specified at Java SE for Embedded System Requirements. For ARM, testing was done on the v5, v6 and v7 architectures. Power Architecture systems based on e600 core and e500v2 core architectures were tested. Headless mode was tested on all systems; headful mode was tested on ARM v7.