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    Java project to a deb file

    Hey..
    I am currently working on my main project to get my bachlor degree in software development. We are creating a program in java called EdSys. Object of the program is to let kids get better grip on reading. Soo I am going to create deb files for the project and i need som help...

    Do anybody how you can easily make a deb files from a java project..

    EjeCt

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    Re: Java project to a deb file

    hey dude i no nothing of rogramming in linux but my boy is only 5 and would love to beta test the app if its aimed at his age group that is,
    cheers if you want to get in touch pm me for my email cheers
    Quote Originally Posted by EjeCt
    Hey..
    I am currently working on my main project to get my bachlor degree in software development. We are creating a program in java called EdSys. Object of the program is to let kids get better grip on reading. Soo I am going to create deb files for the project and i need som help...

    Do anybody how you can easily make a deb files from a java project..

    EjeCt

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    Re: Java project to a deb file

    Anyway I never heard about putting a java program into a deb file O_o but I don't know that much about deb files..

    I always thought that the only way to deploy a java program was to just put it into a jar file and that's it.. maybe even attaching an installation class to it.

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    Re: Java project to a deb file

    I am having the same kind of issue, while attempting to package the Vuze 4 program to a deb file. If anybody knows how to package a working Java program to a deb file, please post an answer... Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Java project to a deb file

    This wiki does a decent job of explaining the packaging process:

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/Complete

    When you run into trouble, please ask for help in the
    'Development & Programming > Packaging & Compiling Programs'
    subforum.

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    Re: Java project to a deb file

    Quote Originally Posted by daneel_olivaw View Post
    Anyway I never heard about putting a java program into a deb file O_o but I don't know that much about deb files..

    I always thought that the only way to deploy a java program was to just put it into a jar file and that's it.. maybe even attaching an installation class to it.
    Eclipse, Netbeans all all package in .deb files and are java based

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    Smile Re: Java project to a deb file

    solved: 1. cd projectdir 2. sudo checkinstall -D sunjavac *.java

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    Re: Java project to a deb file

    Nearly all required information in included in the guide what NathanB linked in his post. However if you run into any problem I could help you based on my experience (I'm also creating deb installers for Ubuntu from the framework in my sign below).

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    Re: Java project to a deb file

    1. create Java Makefile: http://www.cs.swarthmore.edu/~newhall/unixhelp/javamakefiles.html
    2. run sudo checkinstall -D make install

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