running applications in diif operating systems

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I wanted to know the difference when an application like java is run on SUSE linux ,fedora core and redhat.......
what actually is the difference?
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There shouldn't be any difference, as long as the operating system has the java virtual machine installed, java is a write-once-run-many technology that works on most platforms.
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That's actually the whole concept of the JVM. Sun develops the virtual machine for different operating systems, and the Java applications you write can run regardless of the OS.
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So unless you have a totally customized operating system that sun hasn't made a JVM for, you should be able to run java softwares on it. thats kind of the beauty of java over some other language like visual basic or something, it's less proprietary.

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