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NIST Aroma Projector Components

Components:

  • JiniTM technology Server runs:

    • Remote Display (AT&T VNC client)

    • Remote Projector Control Server

  • Windows 98/JiniTM technology Projector Client

  • Linux/JiniTM technology Projector Service

  • Linux/JiniTM technology Lookup Service

Aroma Projector Component Chart with Jini (TM) Technology Server, Windows 98/Jini (TM) Technology Projector Client, Linux/Jini (TM) Technology Projector Service, and Linux/Jini (TM) Technology Lookup Service
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A Closer Look

Windows 98/Jini (TM) Technology Projector Client on a Mobile Computer
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Linux/Jini (TM) Technology Projector Service controlling the Digital Projector
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Aroma Projector Software: JiniTM Technology Lookup Server
  • JiniTM Technology Starter Kit, Ver. 1.0.1

    • JiniTM Technology Class File Server

    • RMI daemon (rmid)

    • JiniTM Technology Lookup Service (reggie)

  • Aroma Shell

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Contact Aroma Project Leader Alden Dima
Last Updated 09 August 2001 by Tony Cincotta