Just my experiences so far!
It is not possible to run 64-bits OS Linux Mint , 32-bits JVM and 220.127.116.11701231847 Tellstick Binding.
But my serial-device(enocean) works with 64-bits OS Linux, 64-bits JVM, OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.111-b14.
In README.md for the Tellstick binding:
+For USB connected tellsticks only, eg. Basic and DUO
+First of all you need to make sure that your JVM is matching your installed Telldus Center. This normally means openHab must run on a 32bit JVM for windows and a 64bit JVM for linux. For windows the binding is hardcoded to look for Telldus Center in Programs Files ("C:/Program Files/Telldus/;C:/Program Files (x86)/Telldus/"). If you have trouble getting the telldus core library to work you can modify the library path using....
In http://docs.openhab.org/installation/index.html1 /Installation/Overview/Prerequisites:
Also make sure to use the 32-bit version of the JVM, even on 64-bit operating systems. Serial connections won’t work with a 64-bit JVM, so bindings like Z-Wave won’t be working with it.
I have now running like 64-bit OS Linux , 64bit JVM as abow, openhab2 Last Stable(2.1.0 snapshot Build 752), 18.104.22.168701231847 Tellstick Binding, 22.214.171.124701240211 openHAB enocean Binding,
during a week and so far is everything working as expected.
My HW is as an regular HP-Laptop, Tellstick DUO and enocean USB 300.
So it seems like there are a lot of different configuration-mixes that sometimes works and sometimes not, and in my case so had it take me some time to figure out which configuration-mix which will be the best for my needs.
But I do like this kind of work though that you then really had to learn a lot of the entire system.
My best regards to all people involved in OH2 developing , great system indeed.