Using the WTK under Debian Linux?
I'm trying to use WTK 2.5.2 under Debian Linux (sid).
I use the latest java packages from debian servers (sun-java6-jre, sun-java6-jdk).
The installation runs well:
<br /> $ ./sun_java_wireless_toolkit-2_5_2-linux.bin<br /> [snip]<br /> Extracting the installation files...<br /> Documentation for the Sun Java(TM) Wireless Toolkit<br /> 2.5.2 for CLDC is in the file<br /> /opt/wtk/index.html<br /> In order to start using the Sun Java(TM) Wireless Toolkit 2.5.2 for CLDC, please run<br /> /opt/wtk/bin/ktoolbar<br />
So do the ktoolbar, even if I get some messages:
<br /> $ /opt/wtk/bin/ktoolbar<br /> OTA server emulation started ...<br /> Warning: HTTPS server not started!<br />
I can run any example project, I get the emulator window displayed. The device screen doesn't list the available MIDlets as it usually do (under my Windows WTK), it stays plain blank... and disappears about 5 seconds later without any log / error report. ktoolbar doesn't crash though, it simply remains open and displays:
<br /> Project "Audiodemo" loaded<br /> Running with storage root /root/j2mewtk/2.5.2/appdb/DefaultColorPhone<br />
I've got the same behavior by running any .jad with the emulator via the command line. I also tried with the previous version of the toolkit (2.5.1) and got the same result.
Is that normal?
Is there any way to have some more info on why the emulator exits abruptly?
Thanks for you attention, I hope I was clear :)