Write the floppy image to a floppy disk using dd on Unix (dd if=jx-demo.floppy of=/dev/fd0), rawrite.exe on DOS, rawwritewin or winimage on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2K/XP. Then use the floppy to boot a PC.
Floppy image The floppy disk contains the JX microkernel and the precompiled Java classes of the required device drivers (keyboard, mouse, frambuffer), the window manager, an AWT implementation, and a test program. Debug output is written to the first serial port using 38400 baud.
Floppy image The floppy disk contains an application of the framegrabber device driver. The demo shows the original video frames in the top half of the display and a puzzle of the video in the bottom half.
Floppy image This windowmanager demo requires only 64MB and should even run with 32MB.