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 +====== ReadyNAS Duo Java ======
 +How to get Java running on a ReadyNAS Duo using OpenJDK in a chrooted Debian
 +  - Chroot the latest Debian: [[http://​www.debian-administration.org/​articles/​426]]
 +  -  xranby?
 +<​xranby>​ RedNifre: try that and if you run into any issues then you might need to "​bind"​ mount some common system directories like /proc /sys so that they become available from inside the chroot
 +<​xranby>​ liek mount -bind /proc  /​chroot/​proc
 +<​xranby>​ it will make /proc appear inside the chroot as well
 +<​RedNifre>​ Okay. Let's say I got the new debian set up. Is there anything special to installing the ojdk? Or is it the usual apt-get?
 +<​xranby>​ the usual apt-get
 +<​RedNifre>​ So, after it's set up, I won't have to worry about chroot any more? It's as if I got an enhanced old debian?
 +<​xranby>​ you will have to use the chroot command every time you want to enter this enhanced new debian
 +<​xranby>​ apart from that you dont have to think about anything special while inside the chroot
 +<​RedNifre>​ What do you mean by "​entering"?​ The only thing I need the JDK for is for a java server app, that will run all the time in the background. I guess this works?
 +<​xranby>​ it works.. by entering i  mean when you type    chroot /​chroot ​     to enter the chroot
 +<​xranby>​ and good luck