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Old 04-29-2008, 03:51 AM   #1
nordinyasin
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Unhappy How to install jre at Redhat 4 AS EM64 and enable java plugin


Hi all,

I'm new in linux. I want to install trend micro client server antivirus on my linux box but it need the latest jre to be supported in my browser.
I've tried to download the jre6 update 6 and installed it but still mozilla didn't detect any java support. FYI, im using Redhat 4 update 6 EM64bit OS. I really need your help on guiding me to resolve this problems.
 
Old 04-29-2008, 05:37 AM   #2
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Hi,
copy the java plugin (or simply make a link to the plugin) in the mozilla's plugin directory.

for firefox it is /usr/lib/firefox/plugin/

The java plugin will possibly be in /usr/java/jre-version/plugin/i386/ns7/

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Sridhar
 
  


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