What is Java Media Framework? Ela Java Media Framework (or JMF), which in Spanish translates as “Work Environment Java Media” is an extension of Java that allows the programming of multimedia tasks in this programming language. Problem with Java Media Framework: Because Linux systems are relatively quite different. It has created an extension to JMF for each platform. The problem that this article seeks to resolve their installation on the Linux operating system Ubuntu. Which is a bit complicated but not impossible. We have created a tutorial with several ways to install the Java Media Framework (JMF) in Ubuntu Linux, which can be viewed at the following website: Here you will find a forum dedicated to OOP.
Aids, facilities, and everything you need to enter this wonderful world. Installation Tutorial: Installation: There are two ways (or at least I know only two, any other is welcome) to jump-start this Framework, the 1st I turned to me and yet it is the most widespread, by the more reason why I decided to post about this. In the two forms the initial steps are identical, so speak to the joint process and at the end of what distinguishes the two methods of installation: Common Process: 1. Download the JMF (obviously the Linux version) from here. 2.
Place the downloaded file in your home folder. 3. Open a terminal and type: sh-2_1_1e jmf-linux-i586. bin 4. Write YES to all questions and presto, you have a folder called JMF-2. 1. 1e in your home folder. Method 1: 5. Open a terminal and type the following commands (this gives high needed environment variables): export JMFHOME = / home/tu_usuario/JMF-2. 1. 1e export CLASSPATH = $ JMFHOME / lib / jmf. jar:. : $ (CLASSPATH) export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = $ JMFHOME / lib: $ (LD_LIBRARY_PATH) 6. Done. Check the following to see if your installation was successful (the optimal result should read: All Java Build – Native Libraries Found. If your installation was not successful you can try in 2nd method. Before doing so equals the three variables environment prior to anything (ie, for example, export JMFHOME =). Method 2: 5. Open a terminal and type: sudo nautilus 6. Go to your folder / usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre/lib/ext and within it copy the files. jar containing your wallet / home/tu_usuario/JMF-2. 1. 1e/lib. 7. Go to your folder / usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre/lib/i386 and within it copy the files. so that contains your folder / home/tu_usuario/JMF-2. 1. 1e/lib. 8. Restart your Ubuntu system. 9. Done. Check the following to see if your installation was successful (the optimal result should read: All Java Build – Native Libraries Found. NOTE: In some computers may have problems running the file, so that we can write the following in our terminal: sudo sed -is/tail +309 / tail-n +309 / g jmf-2_1_1e-linux-i586. bin files to mp3 to work, you must install the JMF MP3 Plugin. What you do is download it from website Sun (the link is at the top), unzip and copy the jar file mp3plugin. jar to / usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre/lib/ext. There are versions in which Ubuntu does not run the JMF, so I think this is a portable library called jmf-2_1_1e-alljava. zip, which is available for download from the same page as JMF for Linux. We just have to copy. jar that contains the file. zip and copy the / usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre/lib/ext. blogspot. com /