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install sun wireless toolkit on linux

 
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I'm planning to use J2ME on linux since my rococo simulator for bluetooth is only suitable for linux, I'm planning to use eclipse as the IDE and sun's wireless toolkit as the emulator, does anyone here knows how to install and configure both of them?
 
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Hi,

What did you try so far ?

Any specific problems?
 
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I want to developed bluetooth midlet using rococo imprompto simulator for bluetooth. I got the free software but it only itended for linux, so I thought I must also implements j2me development on linux
 
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