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JAVA-BINFMT-MISC(1)                  1.03                  JAVA-BINFMT-MISC(1)

NAME
       java-binfmt-misc - Direct support of Java binaries for Linux

SYNOPSIS
       jarwrapper {jar}

       javawrapper {class}

       javawswrapper {jnlp}

       javaclassname {class}

       /etc/init.d/java-binfmt-misc  {start|stop|status|try-restart|restart}

DESCRIPTION
       The java-binfmt-misc brings a direct support for Java binaries for
       Linux system via kernel binfmt.mics support and freedesktop.org
       .desktop files for desktop environments (like GNOME, KDE, or XFCE).

       With this support user is allowed run a Java binary (Java archive,
       class, or a Java Webstart application) easy as a native binary by
       typing ./foo in shell, or via click in a GUI program (for example
       Nautilus). For running via shell they also needs an executable
       permissions.

       The Java binfmt.misc support is based on Linux's
       Documentation/java.txt, which is also a part of documentation of this
       package in /usr/share/doc/packages/java-binfmt-misc/.

SEE ALSO
       java(1), javac(1)

AUTHORS
       Brian A. Lantz <brian@lantz.com>
           Original developer

       Richard Gnther
           binfmt_misc support

       Colin J. Watson <cjw44@cam.ac.uk>
           New scripts

       Kurt Huwig <kurt@iku-netz.de>
           Executable jar support

http://kernel.org 1.03            02/05/2009               JAVA-BINFMT-MISC(1)
 

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