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Re: Does Iced Tea Web Start work on Fedora 10? What about Fedora 11?



* Gianluca Sforna <giallu gmail com> [2009-07-13 03:31]:
> On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 2:08 AM, Rick Sewill<rsewill gmail com> wrote:
> > Step 2 - Complete your setup fails when I use Iced Tea Web Start on
> > Fedora 10.  I click Configuration Room to test my connection, the
> > web page changes to a web page with, "Launching Elluminate Live...",
> > and a pop-up asks me what I should use to open meeting.jnlp.
> > If I select "Iced Tea Web Start (default)", nothing happens.
> 
> Same here on Fedora 11
> 
> >
> > I guess I am asking if other people can get Ice Tea Web Start to work.
> > I'm hoping to get a clue what I am doing wrong so it will work for me.
> 
> On the Sun's download page there's a footnote saying:
> 
> * Please use the 32-bit version for Java applet and Java Web Start support.
> 
> so my guess is elluminate (and other webstart based sites like webex)
> expects and works only with the 32 bit variant.
>

You are correct. Elluminate uses JNI code and the accompanying .so's are
32-bit only. It cannot work with any 64-bit JVM (IcedTea or Sun).
It does work with the 32-bit IcedTea though.
 
> Now the question is whether it is possible to install the openjdk 32
> bit java plugin in a 64 bit OS...
> 

Unfortunately, that is not possible at this time.

Deepak

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