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mason

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#7809 11-May-2006 13:28
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Does anyone know of the where abouts of a Java Runtime install for Windows Mobile? (for a Telecom Apache device) I've spent some time browsing the net for this and have found nothing. Any reccomendations?

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Mattnzl
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#35517 11-May-2006 15:05
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Not sure if it's any help in your search, but HP used to put "ChaiVM" on some of their win ce machines.
Here's a page with some info, but might be a bit out of date:
http://www.comp.lancs.ac.uk/~fittond/ppcjava.html

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#35530 11-May-2006 16:42
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mason

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#35532 11-May-2006 17:41
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Thanks but still not doing the job i need. Says it's installed and can see it in programs.

New Zealand Internet Relay is a service offered to deaf and hard of hearing individuals that allows them to place relay calls over the Internet between locations in New Zealand. This would be really helpfull if i could get it to work on an Apache. Over the Internet on a PC it works fine providing there the Java Runtime Environment is installed. Trying to find a JRE to work on an Apache (Windows Mobile 5 OS 5.1.1700) is the hard part.

The Apache can access the main site www.internet.nzrelay.co.nz fine but when trying to connect to a specified number it needs the JRE.

Any further suggestions would be much appreciated.

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