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JVM for PPC

hi all,

I would like to install MI on a PPC (Windows Mobile OS). Its a emulator.

i tried to install the CAB file right away. but the Mobile Engine doesn't start only. Do i need to install JVM before installing the CAB file?

Where can i download the JVM? can u provide me with links?

Awaiting your reply.

Kind Regards

Arunkumar

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2006 at 06:22 AM
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    Hi Arunkumar,

    You definitely need to install Creme JVM to get MI to run.

    You can get an evaluation version of Creme at the following address

    http://www.nsicom.com/Default.aspx?tabid=159

    Download the 3.27 version. You will have to register first to try the evaluation version

    Let me know if you have any other queries.

    Cheers,

    Karthik

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      Hi Karthik/Arun

      Can you please send me 'CrEme327_AX_CE42_PPC_minimal.cab' because the samething is not available in NSICOM.com.

      Currently they offer CrEme326_AX_CE42_PPC_minimal only which is not working for my PocketPC which got Intel(R)-PXA270 PROCESSOR and Windows Mobile 5.0 OS.

      Even I tried 'CrEme328xxxxx' but not getting installed. So I believe 'CrEme327xxxx' should be the right version.

      Can anyone send the '327' version to ragavanmail@gmail.com

      Thanks in advance.

      Ragavan.

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