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Last Updated: 14/Mar/2011

Hands-On code of the book Introduction to Reliable Distributed 
Programming by Christian Cachin, Rachid Guerraoui and Luis Rodrigues.

For more details see:
	http://www.distributedprogramming.net

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CONTENTS:

	(1) REQUIREMENTS
	(2) LICENSE
	(3) COMPILE AND RUN

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(1) REQUIREMENTS
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The Hands-On code and Appia are written in Java thus they require a java 
virtual machine installed in your computer. Currently they require the 
JDK version 5.0 or higher. Installing/Upgrading java is beyond the scope 
of this document. See http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/ for more
info about this subject.

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(2) LICENSE
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The Hands-On code is distributed under the Lesser Gnu Public License (LGPL). 
More details can be found in the COPYING file and in the web page:
http://www.fsf.org/licensing/licenses/lgpl.html

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(3) COMPILE AND RUN
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To compile the sources, you can use Apache Ant or a Java editor.
This distribution includes an example application that initializes each
protocol stack and includes a simple command line shell to send/receive
messages using the configured protocols.
This application can be started using the run.sh script.
On a linux shell, just run ./run.sh to see the usage options.
When the application is started, just type "help" to see the available
commands.