IBM certifies that the latest release of the IBM Developer Kit for Linux®, Java™ 2 Technology Edition is Java compatible on the GA-level default installations of the following leading Linux distributors.
|Hardware||IA32 32-bit||AMD64/EM64T 64-bit||POWER 64-bit||System z 31-bit||System z 64-bit|
|SDK address space||32-bit||32-bit||64-bit||32-bit||64-bit||31-bit||31-bit||64-bit|
|SLES 10 service pack 4||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|SLES 11 service pack 1||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Red Hat EL 5 Update 7||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Red Hat EL 6 Update 1||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Ubuntu 8.04 LTS||YES||YES||YES|
|Ubuntu 10.04 LTS||YES||YES||YES|
Notes about this table
"yes" indicates that the Developer Kit has been fully tested on a GA-level default installation of that particular distribution.
Support for certain languages may require additional packages or a different configuration from the GA-level default installation. If this is the case, the developer Kit may not have been fully tested for that language on that particular distribution. Contact your Linux distributor's local support organization for more information.
The addressing capability of the JVM is shown by the headings in the second row of the table, labelled "SDK address space".
For information about POWER7™ support please see the IBM SDK POWER7 support information page.
For information about support on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6, please see Supported levels, recommended settings and known problems.
SLES 9 and RHEL 4 are no longer supported.