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Canonical to distribute Sun's Java

Canonical will distribute Sun's open-source Glassfish software for running Java on servers with the Ubuntu version of Linux, the companies plan to announce Wednesday. Update: two more articles on the subject.
Read about it at C*net

Ubuntu, Sun get closer

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That means Sun will now certify Ubuntu and Canonical will support Ubutnu running on the Sun Fire X4100 and X4200 servers, as well as the Sun Ultra(TM) 20 and 40 Workstations. Back in May, Sun and Canonical certified Ubuntu on Sun's UltraSPARC Niagara servers the Sun Fire T1000 and T2000.

And heer too

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Offerings such as the GlassFish-Ubuntu combination give developers access to the open-source frameworks needed to develop the next generation of Web 2.0 applications. The combination gives Ubuntu access to more Java servers, Silber said.

“It helps us and the Ubuntu development community in terms of making GlassFish available and deploying enterprise systems and applications,” Silber said.

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