[SOLVED] Where is gone libjavaplugin_oji.so on linux 64 system?
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I use the package taken directly from oracle sun because i prefer don't rely on package taken by the single distro so i'm more free to update when i like update indipendently by the presence of the package on the specific distro that i use.
Generally I prefer share the jdk between all the distro so i put it on a separated partition.
Then the fact that right now I'm using debian 64 squeeze don't matter.
I think i remove some distro that i used less (as sabayon and opensuse) and on future probably even OpenSolaris given that thanks to Oracle this project is dead. :-/
Last edited by AleLinuxBSD; 09-06-2010 at 03:57 AM.
* Browsers listed above are supported for Java™ Plug-in software and Java™ Web Start software.
See the Deployment Footnotes for more detail.
* Google Chrome 4.0 support was added in 1.6.0_21.
* Firefox 3.6 support was added in 1.6.0_18.
* Firefox 3.5.1 support was added in 1.6.0_16.
* Support for IE 8 was introduced in 1.6.0_13.
* For Java Plug-in and Java Web Start on 64-bit Solaris systems, use the 32-bit JRE.
* For Java Plug-in and Java Web Start on 64-bit Windows systems, the 64-bit JRE is supported as of 1.6.0_12.
* For Java Plug-in and Java Web Start on 64-bit Linux systems, support is not offered at this time.
Mmm. So i think is necessary use the plugin for the 32 bit version. :/
Last edited by AleLinuxBSD; 09-06-2010 at 04:26 AM.
Upgrade about the situation.
i see it.
But when i try to test it: What Version of Java Are You Using?
firefox 3.6.8 (taken directly from mozilla) crash immediately
firefox 4.x (taken directly from mozilla) don't crash only because the plugin remain disable
Ok i put the symlink about
jdk1.6.0_21/jre/lib/i386/libnpjp2.so (using the jdk 32 bit release)
(while if i tried the symlink with the file that came with the jdk 64 bit release don't work
and now firefox 3.6.x don't crash.
While on firefox 4.x that plugin remain disable.
I put solved on that topic given that many plugin don't work on firefox 4.x.
Last edited by AleLinuxBSD; 09-17-2010 at 04:17 PM.