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First I can't get java to work. I have only gnome installed, I have downloaded and installed the java runtime plugin. I have even made a symbolic link to the mozilla directory. Still no java. If in addition to the symbolic link I actually copy the java plugin in to the mozilla plugin directory, Mozilla crashes when a java program is encountered in a website.
Second, I have yum installed and when I do a yum list in a terminal in lists all the programs available for my system (I think). I can only scroll up in the terminal to around the P's in the alphabetical list, How do I scroll up in the terminal window?
and one more thing, the fonts in the terminal window are too close together some are on top of each other, any thoughts, thanks in advance.
For the terminal fonts, your terminal font may be corrupt. Try deleting it and downloading it to your font directory. I'm actually having the same problem with Java, so I don't know what to do about that.
Distribution: Fedora Core 2, SuSE 9.1 Professional
Correct, and NEVER copy the file to the plug-in's directory or it WILL crash Mozilla. Unlike some OTHER plug-ins where you DO copy files into there, the Java plug-in needs a sym link. Also, if you don't know what compiler was used to build Mozilla with, put in the address line
and it will tell you...I'm pretty sure all of the recent builds are using the GCC 3.2 so the ns610-gcc32 one would be the one to use!