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JXTA over Fedora

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nanechane
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Joined: 2007-08-20

I had a PATH problem of Java over Fedora,which has been solved. Now i can run #java HelloWorldApp, and i get a result Hello World!. Now I want to download & install JXTA. I am following Prog. Guide, but a bit confused, what exactly to download & they have again mention a PATH, that shud be set for jxta.jar . Kindly guide me step by step, so that i can download exact jxta file ( lib or src ? ) .

Cheers

Mazhar

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matthewdfranz
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Joined: 2007-09-01

I'm not using Fedora (and I'm actually using JRuby, which is a lot easier if you are just trying to setup some simple apps and learn the API) but I've been documenting (and blogging about) a lot of newbie JXTA stuff at http://peertab.blogspot.com

- mdf

nanechane
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Joined: 2007-08-20

Thanks for your reply. Can you tell me please, is it a good practice for a newbie to use Linux for JXTA. As I am not that much strong at Linux side as well. Actually I have got a project, in which i have got few appliances in P2P Network, and my job is to provide Security to these appliances. JXTA will be a mediator between these appliances and a security software.

Can u give me a suggestion please, should i switch to windows plateform and start my project in it, or I continue to work on Linux. Infact I didnt find enough help for JXTA over LINUX.

Cheers
Mazhar

hamada
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Joined: 2003-06-12

Download the guide along with the companion programs, and work through them.

nanechane
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Joined: 2007-08-20

Thanks alot for your reply Hamada. I am using JXTA in a Nutshell by O'Reilly, and JXTA Java v2.5: Programmer's Guide... But I am not getting a proper guidance from there. May be that's my fault.Anyhow, any tip or any other specific link, from which i can get , how to download and install JXTA and how to start my work on that from a scratch level. Thanks alot once again.

Cheers

Mazhar