Most of the remaining chapters in this guide explain concepts and procedures related to booting the JavaStation computer. Chapter 2, JavaStation Boot Process: Theory of Operations gives a basic overview of the entire boot process, while the other chapters provide supporting information or specific details on one or two procedures. Use the list below as a reference to all the booting information in this guide.
Chapter 2, JavaStation Boot Process: Theory of Operations explains the fundamentals of the boot process and describes how JavaOS properties, static linking, and dynamic loading can be used.
Chapter 3, Boot Progress Indicators describes the boot progress icon that appears on the JavaStation user's screen.
Chapter 4, JavaOS Properties describes JavaOS properties, which can be used to configure the behavior of the JavaOS operating system on the JavaStation computer.
Chapter 5, Dynamically Loading Applications explains how to set up the user application to be delivered to the JavaStation computer after JavaOS boots.
Chapter 6, Statically Linking an Application to the JavaOS Image explains how to link the user application to the JavaOS image so that it is delivered to the JavaStation computers with JavaOS.
Appendix B, Troubleshooting the Boot Process explains concepts and procedures for troubleshooting the boot process.