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i have installed ubuntu on my computer and then i was browsing the web and i came accross a site i needed java for. I know the site is not down as i have used it just reasently. when i go on the site i get this error message:
error Loading applet
do you know why this could be happening and if so how to fix it ?
p.s. i have tryed re-install java and using diffrent copys of it and non of them work
I think I installed mine with Automatix. I know some people hate it, but Automatix saved me a ton of headaches in the beginning. Here is a link to the page that has the download and install stuff. I'd give that a try.