JavaFX SDK 8 on Beagleboard
conrad at chiwestern.com
Sun Dec 30 23:04:10 PST 2012
An update for you all,
I have managed to get the JDK 8 running on a Hardkernel ODROID-U2 (http://www.hardkernel.com/renewal_2011/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G135341370451), and so the 'No such file or directory issue' seems to be very specific to the Beagleboard-Xm.
However, when I try to run JavaFX samples it crashes, because the EGL2 libraries are not installed in the Linaro Ubuntu that I have for the U2.
I am going to try to build/install the EGL libraries for the board, but am not sure how easy that will be. Can anybody advise?
On 30 Dec 2012, at 12:18, Conrad Winchester <conrad at chiwestern.com> wrote:
> I have been experimenting with JavaFX on the Beagleboard xM for a while now. I also have a raspberry Pi, but find it's power supply instabilities and weaknesses very frustrating, and so much prefer the more stable beaglebord for tinkering. In particular I am working with Tinkerforge equipment that really makes the poor old Pi expire :-(
> The JDK8 JavaFX ARM Preview has just been released for the Raspberry Pi. I have it running, but , as stated above, using the raspberry pi with anything attached to the USB without a powered hub is nigh on impossible and so I would love to use it on the Beagleboard.
> Unfortunately it does not seem to work. In fact the Beagleboard does not even recognise any of the executables as files in the JDK8 JavaFX ARM release. If I cd /opt/jdk1.8.0/bin and do a ./java -version I get the following error message
> -sh: ./java: No such file or directory
> even though if I do an ls, I can definitely see it there.
> Is this a sign of things to come? Are the various linux/arm chip configurations so different that there will always be a multitude of different Java ARM installs to cater for every combination? Or is there a magic thing that I can do to solve the issue?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Conrad Winchester
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