Re: Javascript fails

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On Friday 15 December 2006 11:56, Scott van Looy wrote:
>Today Gene Heskett did spake thusly:
>> On Friday 15 December 2006 11:28, Scott van Looy wrote:
>>> Today Gene Heskett did spake thusly:
>>>> Greetings;
>>>> I was just at a web site looking for info on receiving ATSC tv on my
>>>> pcHDTV-3000 card, and wasn't able to visit several of the links
>>>> because javascript wasn't enabled.  According to FF it is.
>>>> However, I don't think any java function has worked since installing
>>>> FC6.
>>>> Is there a set way to do this, or have TPTB decided that they cannot
>>>> tolerate the Sun license, so java is history?  That seems rather
>>>> short sighted to me...
>>> Java is nothing whatsoever to do with Javascript
>> Ohhkaaay.  This is already installed:
>> [[email protected] ~]# rpm -q js
>> js-1.5-6.fc6
>> Is this not the correct javascript package?  I'd have to assume till
>> someone tells me different, that when I hover the mouse over a link
>> and the link bar at the bottom of the FF screen says 'javascript',
>> without the quotes of course.
>Firefox's javascript is part of the firefox package - provide us with a
>link to whatever it is you're trying to view that's not working?

Damn, I reached up to click on the tab where it was and hit too close to 
the closetab button.  Now the only one I can see with a google search is 
Gerd Knorrs patch at, and that whole 
page Just Works(TM).  Sorry.

This is related to making my pcHDTV-3000 work with an ATSC signal.  It 
works fine with an analog NTSC, but I turned on the digital on ch6 
tuesday evening and would like to be able to monitor it here at home.

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