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Oracle® Java ME Embedded Getting Started Guide for the Reference Platform (Raspberry Pi)
Release 8 EA 2
E48512-02
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Beta Draft: 2014-02-10

Preface

This book describes how to install Oracle Java ME Embedded software onto a Raspberry Pi embedded device.

Audience

This document is intended for developers who want to run Oracle Java ME Embedded software on embedded devices.

Documentation Accessibility

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Access to Oracle Support

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Related Documents

For a complete list of documents with the Oracle Java ME Embedded software, see the Release Notes.

Operating System Commands

This document does not contain information on basic commands and procedures such as opening a terminal window, changing directories, and setting environment variables. See the software documentation that you received with your system for this information.

Shell Prompts

Shell Prompt

Bourne shell and Korn shell

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