On Mar 2, 2006, at 10:09 AM, Jim Mercer wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 02, 2006 at 10:03:49AM -0800, Bruce Slawson wrote:
>> I am running Sync4j under Solaris and Mac OS X and JBoss 3.2. My
>> first advice is to forget about the bundles. I'm not sure why the
>> bundles aren't available as a simple zip or tar.gz file instead of
>> the lame installers. Not everybody runs windows or linux.
>> Get the individual sever and client parts and just uncompress them
>> and then follow the install instructions.
> you mean install from source?
No. Have you looked at the downloads page?
> i'm trying to do that on solaris, but i'm not familiar with java build
> procedures, like ant and editting properties files.
> can you walk me through it?
Follow the instructions and ask specific questions. You said you got
it running under windows so it's not much different.
>> On Mar 1, 2006, at 12:02 PM, Jim Mercer wrote:
>>> i am attempting to get sync4j working on solaris.
>>> as a test, i installed the funambol/sync4j stuff under windows,
>>> and it
>>> works for my needs.
>>> however, i would like to have it running on my Solaris 10 box, as
>>> we don't
>>> run windows as servers here.
>>> i am an accomplished unix admin/programmer, but i am not
>>> experienced with java,
>>> so a step by step guide would be nice.
>>> thanks in advance.
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