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Is there any way to display graphics on TMDXEVM3503 board using Java?
Oracle offer embedded Java Runtime which is able to run on this board. But what about graphics?
Java complained when I tried to launch simple Swing app:
No X11 DISPLAY variable was set, but this program performed an operation which requires it.
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I don't know how it can help. They talk about fullfeature desktop OS. But my EVM board hasn't X-windows server installed. Only FBDev video driver.
I assumed you were using Angstrom - For an introduction to set this up - refer to below link. The software that is shipped on the EVM - by default does not support X. But Angstrom supports the EVM in addition to Beagleboard, so check it out.
Can you please tell me exactly which JRE worked for you? I tried using three of these fromt he same site which you have mentioned but without luck. My system is probably soft-float and I would require the headful version since I want to do GUI programming in JAVA. Only headless versions are available for soft-float devices but they throw headless exceptions for Frame, Button, etc display classes. I am stuck. Any help would be appreciated.
P.S.: I am using the AM1808 platform.
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