The Sun Java Desktop System is available free for OpenSolaris

by on November 22, 2005 · 1 comment· LAST UPDATED November 22, 2005

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The Java Desktop System is not a secure but very good total enterprise desktop software system. It is the best alternative to Microsoft Windows XP and now sun made it Free and available on OpenSolaris.However this the source-only release contains the major new features such as GNOME 2.10, Firefox 1.5b,and Thunderbird 1.5b. It means you need to compile or build desktop for yourself. Open Solaris has howto document that explains how to build JDS on OpenSolaris. More information can be found at OpenSolaris Desktop community site.

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1 Anonymous November 23, 2005 at 8:18 pm

. o O (how many people out there using JDS)

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