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File name: libnullplugin.so
The default plugin handles plugin data for mimetypes and extensions that are not specified and facilitates downloading of new plugins.
MIME Type Description Suffixes Enabled
* All types .* No
Mebrelith, can you explain me please what did u mean, and how can I do that? I'm kinda noobie but I know the basic stuff I think.
I've found out where that file is on my hard disk, how to do the ln now with the new path?
[root@localhost /]# find / -name "libjavaplugin_oji.so" -print find: WARNING: Hard link count is wrong for /proc: this may be a bug in your filesystem driver. Automatically turning on find's -noleaf option. Earlier results may have failed to include directories that should have been searched.
I'm running FC4 x86_64. In order to run java, flash, and media players with wmp support, you need a 32 bit browser. You can uninstall firefox (rpm -e firefox), and install the 32 bit version of it. Then to install the jre plugin (your path may be different)