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I am working on ARM Linux.

I have found this link that says that JavaFX could work on ARM.

I am confused about Embedded Java SE and JavaFx ARM. Do I need to setup a JVM for those or not?

I have compiled my own kernel and built a functional root file system with busybox, glibc library and ARM cross compiler toolchains.

Should I need to implement a JVM to get the J2SE and JavaFX platform?

I just want to build a small Java based OS especially using JavaFX. I have the glibc-2.9 library to run the framework as said by the requirement to run Embedded J2SE. But there is no tutorial about how to install or set it up to work. Can anyone help me?

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Nowadays as support of JFX for ARM by Oracle is stopped I would try a https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/Building+OpenJFX

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