It took me a while to get this working so, for anyone else struggling with this, here's a short description of the solution.
How to run the latest GlassFish build (b28) on Mac OS X
Apple's last-minute BoF's at JavaOne were surprisingly generous with details about how the Intel transition will (and won't) affect Mac Java programmers. Plus, making the "A-ha" video with your iSight.
Daniel is happy that Apple is moving to Intel. But he is not sure the nay-sayers are barking up the right tree. Daniel looks at his girlfriend, her mom, and his own Apple computers for the impact of switching to Intel. Is there Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt? You can only answer these burning issues in your mind if you read what Daniel has to say.
On the Mac 10.4.0, JAR files in the endorsed directory of Java 1.4.2 can cause problems when J2SE 5.0 R1 is installed. There is a simple workaround.
~ 12 hours ago i upgraded to macosx v10.4. here are my first impressions..
There have been a number of threads and discussions on Java development on macosx. I'd like to relate my personal experiences in case it's of interest to anyone.
Airport Express works as a range extender/repeater for Airport Extreme Base stations. However, since the repeating is done using WDS protocol, there is a way to use it with the popular Linksys Cable/DSL router WRT54G. In this weblog, I list the steps needed to make it work.
Airport Express is one of the favorite gadgets for techies. In this Weblog, I list the different ways to reset it since that is frequently used (though hard-to-find) operation when things go wrong during hacking.
It sounds like whining, but Mac developers are right to be concerned about when they'll see J2SE 5.0 on Mac OS X
Mac users should hold Apple more accountable for timely support of Java on OS X.
I am an Apple-based Java developer. I love my Apples (17 inch powerbook and a Dual G5) and the really love the way that Java performs. But where is Java 1.5 when you need it?
Apple reaches out to JavaOne attendees and unveils a nifty new API.
Sun previews Mac version of Java Studio Creator.
Introducing the Mac Java community on java.net