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downloaded mozilla-firebird, installed Java plugin ... mozilla dead.. both mozilla and mozilla firebird... unable to start multiple xsessions why? does it default to only one? can i change it how? is this Java installation error mozilla bug? java bug? what?
Originally posted by hoyt I would say adjust accordingly and test.
Did it...but it's not working yet
created a softlink from /java*/jre/plugin/*/pluginName to MozillaFirebird/plugins/...restarted the browser(5 times)...but it still says
"this page needs x-java-vm plugin...."
You can then go to the Help-->About Plug-ins page to see that the java plugin is installed.
After I link the plugin, I'm unable to restart Firebird. It quits with some strange error message "Internal Browser error". I'm getting tired of this. Any Firebird developers over here? It works fine when I remove the links. I read something about setting some java variables and stuff. Any more ideas on what makes applets work?
If you are using the 'XFT and GTK2' build of Firebird then make sure you link to the java plugin in the ns610-gcc32 dir. Also, if you are using it from the tarball then you can put the link in either the ../MozillaFirebird/plugins dir or the HOME/./mozilla/plugins dir. Either should work. Here is the command I used:
I dunno if this will help anyone - the last post seems to be a while back - but I am running Mandrake 9.2 and MozillaFirebird 0.7. I followed various tutorials and installed various copies of the VM in different ways to no avail. Although most of them are quite similar, each seems to differ in some respect, falsely making it worth trying.
It was finally stYgian's post which helped, and I created the symbolic link to the program's own plugin directory. Thanks stYgian, I do not like mysteries unsolved more than a few days and this was beginning to cause scratch marks on my head. ;-)
Konqueror was much easier, simply point to the path of the java executable.
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