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How to deploy Java Application developed on Eclipse (Windows) to Linux?

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I have developed a simple Java application in eclipse (Windows) now I have to move this application to the linux (what are the steps to follow ) , can you folks help me on this?

posted May 21, 2015 by anonymous

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It depends ... is it a web-application or a stand-alone thick client application? What frameworks / libraries etc. does it use?

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Make a Runnable jar of the java application and copy the setup (i.e cfg's if required) and start by using java command.

java -jar .jar

answer Jun 6, 2015 by anonymous
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