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Erlang/OTP February 18, 2010
LAST MINUTE INFORMATION -- Release of Erlang 5.7.5/OTP R13B04
1. GENERAL
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1.1 Installation Guide
The installation guide can be found in
<inst-root>doc/installation_guide/users_guide.html
1.2 Java
The Java sources were compiled using Java version 1.5.
1.3 Disk space
An installation of Erlang/OTP needs approximately 300 MB of
disk space.
1.4 The package contains HTML documentation. You can also get this
documentation preformatted for printing in PDF format from
http://www.erlang.se/doc/
This site also contains HTML documentation for older releases
as a reference.
1.5 The Erlang system can run old BEAM files compiled with R11B-2
or later (and almost all BEAM files compiled with R11B-0 or
R11B-1). BEAM files from R10B or earlier are not supported.
To get the best performance, you should recompile your
application code with the R13B04 compiler.
2. NOTES ABOUT THE SOLARIS VERSION
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2.1 For the Sparc Solaris environment, Solaris8 (2.8) and above is
supported. The emulator doesn't run on older Solaris versions.
Also an Ultrasparc (sun4u architecture) is required.
3. NOTES ABOUT THE VXWORKS VERSION
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3.1 The platform VxWorks is discontinued in the sense that only the
libraries (erl_interface and ic's libraries) are supported. Running
the Erlang emulator on VxWorks might still possible but it's no longer
maintained. The VxWorks release is still packaged as a full release,
but no support will be available for anything but the communication libraries.
4 NOTES ABOUT THE LINUX VERSIONS
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4.1 The following linux distributions/version combinations are supported
and tested:
Suse 9.4 x86, Suse 10.1 x86
5. APPLICATIONS NOTES
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6. MORE INFORMATION
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Commercial customers please visit http://www.erlang.se to find
releases and more information. Commercial support is given through
support@erlang.ericsson.se.
Open source users please visit http://www.erlang.org and direct
problems to the open source community through the mailing list.
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