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And I need help - I need to run 2 applications which require 'sun-java6-jre' and "sun-java6-plugin" however I understand there is no Java for x86_64...yet. I was told that I can use "openjdk" which works with 'some' java applications and I was just wondering what most here recommend I do? Right now I have no done anything but install Debian Lenny x86_64.
No good, 64 browsers cannot use the 32 bit java plug-in, not even if you use nspluginwrapper. The solution in this case is called openJDK, which has a 64 bit plug-in that has worked well enough for me so far.