From the osgi> prompt, the cjos command is the entry point to CjOS (the C++/Java Operating System). What can you do with the cjos command?
Any CjOS command
At a CjOS prompt, you can run any CjOS command without the cjos prefix. To embed CjOS in OSGi, without clashing with any existing OSGi command, we've implemented the cjos command as a prefix. The console for a CjOS command is redirected to the OSGi console.
osgi> cjos ub
The ub command is an entry point for the command-line Universal Browser. This browser uses the Smart API to resolve a URI. To run the browser in OSGi, use the cjos prefix.
For more information on available schemes, see also the JOS Technical Edition.
osgi> cjos ub controller:resource:
This specification displays additional information about the resource: controller. A controller is a Java class; it implements one or more schemes.
osgi> cjos smartlist
The smartlist command displays a list of active schemes in Smart API. To run this command in OSGi, use the cjos prefix.