Re: Still no java

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On Sat, 2006-07-01 at 17:24 -0700, Jeanette Russo wrote:
> ln -s
> /usr/lib/jvm/jre/plugin/i386/ns7/ /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/
Hi Jeanette,

A few things for you to try:

1. Can you type in "which java" and hit <Enter> and show us the output?

2. I'm not sure if you are using the right plug-in or if it is going to
the right place (I have not used Sun's Java on Linux before). You seem
to be using the Netscape 7 plugin (note: ns7/
Although, IIRC, Netscape 7 is somewhat compatible to Mozilla and
Firefox, but can you see if there is a mozilla or firefox directory?
Further, there are 2 types of plug-ins for IBM's Java, one compiled with
GTK2 and another for netscape. Can you see if there is a "gtk2" version
for Sun's Java? 

3. Open a browser window and type this in the address bar,
"about:plugins" and hit <Enter> and see if you can see the Java plug-in
registered. It's one more step to check if the browser has indeed
recognized and registered the plug-in, which means that the problem
could be with the applet itself.

Pascal Chong 
email:  chongym@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

"La science ne connaît pas de frontière parce que la connaissance
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