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i know that freebsd is more stable than linux but I found that jdk 1.3 is not available . so how do I get the jdk ?
or any other solution if I want to develop java on freebsd


Beside, there are many famous linux distribution e.g. redhat, mandrake, turbolinux, etc.

Is there any web site that had made a performance testing on different linux distrubtions ?
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Hi adrianmak,

you could try gcj the java compiler for *nix, I'm not sure if FreeBsd is supported. Its basically a front end for the native gcc compiler.

http://gcc.gnu.org/java/

You could also check out the IBM Developer Kit for Java.
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Hi again just found this its the official jdk for FreeBSD

http://www.freebsd.org/java/
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