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Date:      Sat, 14 Sep 1996 13:01:15 +0000
From:      Darius Moos <>
Cc:        FreeBSD-questions <>
Subject:   Re: Java Interpreter
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There may also be need to run a java-interpreter on the server.
Just had to do that for a chat-client/server-application written in
java. The chat-server has to run on the server-side and the clients are
run on the client-machines.

Darius Moos.

Doug White wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Sep 1996, Mark Speciale wrote:
> > Can you point me to a Java Interpreter that will work with FreeBSD? My
> > ISP told me that if I want to use java programs on my website, I have to
> > find an interpreter that can be installed on their machine and called up
> > to interpret the classes.
> This is *client side*, mind you.  The server just sends the page -- it
> requires no modification.
> I believe the FreeBSD executor is called 'kaffee'.  That will get you your
> Java machine and potentially the JDK.
> Poke about in the questions archives on for more
> info.
> Doug White                              | University of Oregon
> Internet:    | Residence Networking Assistant
>    | Computer Science Major



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