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Old 10-29-2005, 11:11 PM   #1
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im new and need help can someone help me?!?!?


ok im trying to play my favorite rpg game runescape and it wont let me play, at the loading screen where it loads the game it says: download plugin click here. so i click there and it goes to www.java.com i have a linux so i go to the linux java downloads and it has four different 1s and i dont know which 1 to choose to play runescape on my linux.. ill name all four of them: 1 linux rpm (self extracting file) the second 1 is linux (self extracting file) the third 1 is linux adm64 rpm and the fourth 1 is linux adm64. which 1 do i choose to play runescape i really wanna play it badly...
 
Old 10-29-2005, 11:28 PM   #2
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Re: im new and need help can someone help me?!?!?

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ok im trying to play my favorite rpg game runescape and it wont let me play, at the loading screen where it loads the game it says: download plugin click here. so i click there and it goes to www.java.com i have a linux so i go to the linux java downloads and it has four different 1s and i dont know which 1 to choose to play runescape on my linux.. ill name all four of them: 1 linux rpm (self extracting file) the second 1 is linux (self extracting file) the third 1 is linux adm64 rpm and the fourth 1 is linux adm64. which 1 do i choose to play runescape i really wanna play it badly...
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Old 10-30-2005, 12:08 AM   #3
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You may be new here but when you created your account you read the agreement and thusly you know that threadjacking is bad, right?
And cross posting.. view his own thread here in regards to this problem: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...10#post1926810
 
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