Re: Virtual machine



XPinstall
07-10-2005, 12:31 AM
Hi Philippe,

Just to clarify. Does it mean I have to download "Java" from Sun to be able
to access websites that require java? And although MSJVM will still be there
till 2007, will not be adviceable to use MSJVM? I asked because I'm in this
situation right now. I recently got a system with Windows XP Pro and a lot of
websites I use for school needs java enabled system. What will you advice
here?

Thank you.

"Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:

> You're welcome I hope it helped.
>
> --
> Philippe L. Balmanno
> "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:A31AE206-0301-4F1D-B3B3-9451273E892B@microsoft.com...
> | thank you for your help Philippe
> | Jack
> |
> | "Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:
> |
> | > See links and read about it. Most home users don't use it unless an Java applet calls for it (usually from a web site). Now-a-days JSE or JRE is installed from Sun Microsystems. Not that MSJVM is dead until 2007 for now.
> | >
> | > http://search.microsoft.com/search/results.aspx?st=b&na=88&View=en-us&qu=virtual+machine
> | >
> | > http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/java/
> | >
> | > --
> | > Philippe L. Balmanno
> | > "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:348ABD1D-4D4A-4FF3-A6EA-6D9B7AC64EBE@microsoft.com...
> | > | What is the microsoft virtual machine. what does it do and do i need it with
> | > | XP home
> | > | --
> | > | Jack Allen
> | >
> | >
>
>

Yves Leclerc
07-10-2005, 12:31 AM
MS will support MSJVM until 2007. However, MS can no longer provide the
MSJVM (directly) as per the lawsuit settlement.


"XPinstall" <XPinstall@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:94B6FEA1-C1F6-4BD1-8743-2CD6198EAFF2@microsoft.com...
> Hi Philippe,
>
> Just to clarify. Does it mean I have to download "Java" from Sun to be
> able
> to access websites that require java? And although MSJVM will still be
> there
> till 2007, will not be adviceable to use MSJVM? I asked because I'm in
> this
> situation right now. I recently got a system with Windows XP Pro and a lot
> of
> websites I use for school needs java enabled system. What will you advice
> here?
>
> Thank you.
>
> "Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:
>
>> You're welcome I hope it helped.
>>
>> --
>> Philippe L. Balmanno
>> "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:A31AE206-0301-4F1D-B3B3-9451273E892B@microsoft.com...
>> | thank you for your help Philippe
>> | Jack
>> |
>> | "Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:
>> |
>> | > See links and read about it. Most home users don't use it unless an
>> Java applet calls for it (usually from a web site). Now-a-days JSE or
>> JRE is installed from Sun Microsystems. Not that MSJVM is dead until
>> 2007 for now.
>> | >
>> | >
>> http://search.microsoft.com/search/results.aspx?st=b&na=88&View=en-us&qu=virtual+machine
>> | >
>> | > http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/java/
>> | >
>> | > --
>> | > Philippe L. Balmanno
>> | > "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:348ABD1D-4D4A-4FF3-A6EA-6D9B7AC64EBE@microsoft.com...
>> | > | What is the microsoft virtual machine. what does it do and do i
>> need it with
>> | > | XP home
>> | > | --
>> | > | Jack Allen
>> | >
>> | >
>>
>>

Dolph29
07-10-2005, 01:06 AM
The following is how I installed MS Java VM on my system.

First, you need to go to the following link and install the old MSJVM
(pre-build 3810):

http://download.stgeorge.com.au/msjavx86.exe

After you have this installed and have re-booted your system, then go to
this link and install the MSJVM (build 3810) update:

http://www.softwarepatch.com/windows/javavm.html

Once you have installed both of these MSJVM versions you should be able to
access any websites that still require MSJVM. Oh, and btw, I have tried both
Microsoft's and Sun's versions of Java but have had a few problems with some
sites when I use Sun's version. However, when I switch back to MSJVM I don't
have the same issues. Just an FYI.

-Hope this was helpful


"XPinstall" wrote:

> Hi Philippe,
>
> Just to clarify. Does it mean I have to download "Java" from Sun to be able
> to access websites that require java? And although MSJVM will still be there
> till 2007, will not be adviceable to use MSJVM? I asked because I'm in this
> situation right now. I recently got a system with Windows XP Pro and a lot of
> websites I use for school needs java enabled system. What will you advice
> here?
>
> Thank you.
>
> "Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:
>
> > You're welcome I hope it helped.
> >
> > --
> > Philippe L. Balmanno
> > "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:A31AE206-0301-4F1D-B3B3-9451273E892B@microsoft.com...
> > | thank you for your help Philippe
> > | Jack
> > |
> > | "Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:
> > |
> > | > See links and read about it. Most home users don't use it unless an Java applet calls for it (usually from a web site). Now-a-days JSE or JRE is installed from Sun Microsystems. Not that MSJVM is dead until 2007 for now.
> > | >
> > | > http://search.microsoft.com/search/results.aspx?st=b&na=88&View=en-us&qu=virtual+machine
> > | >
> > | > http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/java/
> > | >
> > | > --
> > | > Philippe L. Balmanno
> > | > "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:348ABD1D-4D4A-4FF3-A6EA-6D9B7AC64EBE@microsoft.com...
> > | > | What is the microsoft virtual machine. what does it do and do i need it with
> > | > | XP home
> > | > | --
> > | > | Jack Allen
> > | >
> > | >
> >
> >

gerryR
07-10-2005, 01:06 AM
Fully agree, Suns java has caused more headache than the office christmais
party!!

JVM just works


"Dolph29" <Dolph29@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:C16670F7-448A-4B9D-9EC6-74E4ABD5F1D6@microsoft.com...
> The following is how I installed MS Java VM on my system.
>
> First, you need to go to the following link and install the old MSJVM
> (pre-build 3810):
>
> http://download.stgeorge.com.au/msjavx86.exe
>
> After you have this installed and have re-booted your system, then go to
> this link and install the MSJVM (build 3810) update:
>
> http://www.softwarepatch.com/windows/javavm.html
>
> Once you have installed both of these MSJVM versions you should be able to
> access any websites that still require MSJVM. Oh, and btw, I have tried
> both
> Microsoft's and Sun's versions of Java but have had a few problems with
> some
> sites when I use Sun's version. However, when I switch back to MSJVM I
> don't
> have the same issues. Just an FYI.
>
> -Hope this was helpful
>
>
> "XPinstall" wrote:
>
>> Hi Philippe,
>>
>> Just to clarify. Does it mean I have to download "Java" from Sun to be
>> able
>> to access websites that require java? And although MSJVM will still be
>> there
>> till 2007, will not be adviceable to use MSJVM? I asked because I'm in
>> this
>> situation right now. I recently got a system with Windows XP Pro and a
>> lot of
>> websites I use for school needs java enabled system. What will you advice
>> here?
>>
>> Thank you.
>>
>> "Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:
>>
>> > You're welcome I hope it helped.
>> >
>> > --
>> > Philippe L. Balmanno
>> > "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > news:A31AE206-0301-4F1D-B3B3-9451273E892B@microsoft.com...
>> > | thank you for your help Philippe
>> > | Jack
>> > |
>> > | "Philippe l. Balmanno" wrote:
>> > |
>> > | > See links and read about it. Most home users don't use it unless
>> > an Java applet calls for it (usually from a web site). Now-a-days JSE
>> > or JRE is installed from Sun Microsystems. Not that MSJVM is dead
>> > until 2007 for now.
>> > | >
>> > | >
>> > http://search.microsoft.com/search/results.aspx?st=b&na=88&View=en-us&qu=virtual+machine
>> > | >
>> > | > http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/java/
>> > | >
>> > | > --
>> > | > Philippe L. Balmanno
>> > | > "Jack" <Jack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > news:348ABD1D-4D4A-4FF3-A6EA-6D9B7AC64EBE@microsoft.com...
>> > | > | What is the microsoft virtual machine. what does it do and do i
>> > need it with
>> > | > | XP home
>> > | > | --
>> > | > | Jack Allen
>> > | >
>> > | >
>> >
>> >


Re: Virtual machine