Originally posted by init
mine are in ~/.mozilla/plugins dir create the directories if you dont have them than put the two files there. Java on the other hand, yea right :mad: No matter were I put the .so it crashes my browser... :confused:
Actually, it's quite simple to install the java plugin on Linux. Don't copy the file, that usually doesn't work. Instead you'll need to know where the .so file is, and create a link to it in your mozilla plugin directory. For me, this command would be:
ln -s /usr/lib/java/jre/plugin/mozilla/libjavaplugin_oji.so
This command would need to be executed from the mozilla plugin directory, and you must also make sure to have the correct path to the plugin. To check that it works, open up mozilla and type about
:plugins into the address bar. You should see the java plugin listed somewhere on the page. If it's not listed, then it didn't work, and you might try it again, and be sure you have the correct plugin for the browser.