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Old 01-10-2008, 12:49 AM   #1
abhattacharya
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Unhappy how to run java??????


hello
i am using fedora core 6. i use web browser for internet. i want to install
java runtime. i tried but it didn't work. please help me out. how can i install it and from where?
thanx in advance.........
 
Old 01-10-2008, 01:40 AM   #2
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Dude, just install JRE (you can download this for free from Java website - just google). Read the instructions on how to install that; the instructions are given on the same website. Now, you just have to find the Firefox plugins directory and give the command:
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ln -s /path-to-java-plugin-folder/lib-java-plugin.so (check the filename)
Of course, you need to be in the firefox plugins folder. Or if you know how to use ln -s, problem solved. Restart the browser now.
 
  


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