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Figure A.11 The Equinox OSGi console. Available bundles may be listed using the ss command. In this
case, the Fancy Foods application is installed, but many of its dependencies aren't, so most of the
application bundles don't resolve (and are shown as INSTALLED only).
This appendix has been a relatively rapid introduction to OSG i. If you're new to OSG i,
we hope it helps give you a grounding in the basics; if you're more experienced with
OSG i, we hope it's shed light on some of the finer points of core OSG i that are impor-
tant to getting the most out of enterprise OSG i. A full introduction to core OSG i is
beyond the scope of the topic, but many excellent resources are available if you're still
keen to know more.
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