Thank you for choosing Oracle Java SE Embedded 8 for your embedded system. Oracle Java SE Embedded 8 is based on the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and provides specific features and support for embedded systems.
This document provides details about Oracle Java SE Embedded 8. The Java Runtime Environment contains the Java virtual machine, runtime class libraries, and Java application launcher, which 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.
Other documentation for Oracle Java SE Embedded 8:
See also the JDK 8 Release Notes for release information on the JDK 8 platform.
Before you install, make sure the following is true:
PATHenvironment variable or another method, such as a symbolic link.
JAVA_HOMEenvironment variable names the same JDK or JRE directory.
The Oracle Java SE Embedded technology can be installed as follows.
$ cd download
$ gunzip *.gz
$ tar -xvf *.tar
ejdk1.8.0will be created in your current directory.
EJDK_HOMEenvironment variable to
$ cd $EJDK_HOME
$ bin/jrecreate.sh -–help
Usage: jrecreate --help | --dest
where options include:
jrecreateto create a custom version of the JRE that will suit your device and applications, then copy the JRE to the embedded device. For more information, see Oracle Java SE Embedded Platform Developer’s Guide.
This release of Oracle Java SE Embedded 8 was tested on Linux for ARM, Power Architecture and x86 systems. The requirements of these systems are specified at Oracle Java SE 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 ARMv7.
Some of the information in this document describes support or issues concerning graphics, window managers, audio, and so forth, and therefore only applies to the headful release on ARMv7.
Java support on ARM is specific to the GNOME Desktop Environment version 1:2.30+7.
For Java SE Embedded product inquiries, please contact the Java SE Embedded team.