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Need JVM for ARM 9 Processor

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manojm_singh
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Hi I have a ARM 9 processor which is running on Linux platform. I want to develop an application that will play an MP3 file on that processor. But the application should be lunched and play mp3 file from the command line.

My requirements :

1) A JVM for ARM 9 processor for linux(where can i get the required JVM)

Its very urjent ....
Plz help me .....

Thanks in advance

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cowwoc
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On a related note, how come we don't hear anything about "Java SE Embedded"? http://java.sun.com/javase/embedded/index.jsp

Is there a blog or discussion forum for this platform. It would be great to hear regular updates about this exciting new platform! Just my 2 cents :)

Gili

terrencebarr
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Hi,

Both our phoneME platforms (Feature and Advanced) at https://phoneme.dev.java.net/ support Linux/ARM.

For playing back MP3 you will need an MP3 decoder and support for audio playback. Do you have that?

You can search the forums for more information on ARM support and also check our Wikis: http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Mobileandembedded/WebHome

Hope this helps,

-- Terrence

manojm_singh
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Hi Terrence Thanks a lot for ur reply. I need some advice from u. My target is to develop an application in J2ME which will play an MP3 file on ARM9 processor. I have no idea wht are the requirements for that. As u told that i need to have an MP3 decoder and support for audio playback. Other than that wht are the other s/w i need to get? And also i have some constraints

Constraints are no GUI, 32 MB flash and 16 MB RAM.

So which platfor should i choose(CLDC/CDC) ?

Thanks in advance..

hallenberg
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I'm sorry to butt in a bit off-topic (as this forum is concerned), but why use Java? Madplay does that just fine. All you need is a cross-compiler. The decoding would probably have to be done natively anyhow, so it seems to me like a pain to set up in Java. Just my two cents, I might be wrong.