Name: lb39792 Date: 11/11/99
'Headless' operation refers to the ability to run a Java program without a
monitor, mouse or keyboard. In unix environments, it usually means that X
or an equivalent windowing system does not have to be present.
Headless Java operation would mean that a server side Java program should be
able to use the full J2SE or J2EE API without a GUI environment being present.
This means that all AWT calls to manipulate components, graphics, fonts,
printing etc. should be functional.