Installing the SDK
The installation method depends on your operating system.
- installp packages
Use these packages when you want to install the product with associated configuration, such as the setting of environment variables.
- X11.fnt.ucs.ttf (for ja_JP or Ja_JP)
- X11.fnt.ucs.ttf_CN (for zh_CN or Zh_CN)
- X11.fnt.ucs.ttf_KR (for ko_KR)
- X11.fnt.ucs.ttf_TW (for zh_TW or Zh_TW)
locale on 64-bit AIX 6.1, you might get a result that uses
ISO-8859-1 instead of
IBM-eucTW, in response to the following
The different return might affect the
operation of this release. If you encounter this effect, see APAR IV05072.
$ LANG=zh_TW locale charmap
On Linux systems, you can install the SDK from an RPM package or extractable tarballs. For more information, see Installing from an RPM package.
The examples elsewhere in this guide assume that you installed the SDK in the default installation directory, as listed in Conventions.
The SDK is available only as part of an IBM product. For more information about obtaining, installing and performing initial configuration of IBM® SDK, Java™ Technology Edition in such a product on Windows, please contact your IBM support representative. You can, however, configure the SDK by using environment variables, command-line options, and properties files.
Packages can be ordered in System Modification Program /Extended (SMP/E) format or downloaded from the web in non-SMP/E format. See the z/OS® website for instructions about ordering, downloading, installing, and verifying the SDK.