Installing Java on a Tom Tom One GPS.

Hello, many of you will be familiar with the Tom Tom One GPS. I wish to run a program on the device that is written in Processing (which, I'm given to understand compiles to Java). My question therefore, is how would one go about getting the Tom Tom to run programs that are written in Java.
Thanks in advance.

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lemonie7 years ago
Does the device run Java?
Have you the means to upgrade / modify the software?
What is this Java that you want to install?

alexhalford (author)  lemonie7 years ago
The device runs a proprietary linux distro.
I was under the impression that in order to run a program written in Java, one had to download the program: www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp. I presumed the same would be necessary when using a Tom Tom.
I can find ready-made things:
You may be right, but you'd need something to run the Java whatever it is.

alexhalford (author)  lemonie7 years ago
Java is just a programming language (like python, C etc.). The program linked to above is required for the computer to 'interpret' the language as it were. So essentially the question is, how does one install such a program on a tom tom.
Installation is a simple matter of copying the files across. Execution is different - what is it that you need to run?

alexhalford (author)  lemonie7 years ago
A processing sketch. Processing is a programming language that compiles to Java, hence the need for Java on the device.
It's the Java bits for the device then, I looked before and didn't find (even at Sun).