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How can you develop Java programs with Unix for home users? I had a suggestion of using Linux instead, is that correct? In that case, how do home users get to learn Unix without enable to use Unix?
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How can you develop Java programs with Unix for home users?
Perhaps you'd do well to start with Sun's Java Tutorial on Your First Cup of Java (for UNIX).
I had a suggestion of using Linux instead, is that correct?
Correct in what sense?
In that case, how do home users get to learn Unix without enable to use Unix?
I don't know about everybody, but I know I couldn't reasonably learn to use an operating system without actually using it. If you're curious on how to get started learning the UNIX operating system, then perhaps folks over in The Linux / UNIX Forum would have some suggestions.
[ December 09, 2003: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]
 
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