[K12OSN] Java Plugin

Luis Montes monteslu at cox.net
Tue Dec 9 20:23:18 UTC 2008

The 64bit openJDK plugin works. There a reason you need to use the 
official Sun JVM?

Nils Breunese wrote:
> Jim Christiansen wrote:
>> Dumb question:
>> I've got a student that is doing a distance ed course using First 
>> Class...
>> I have run the Install Java from the additional programs folder in 
>> root.  (K12ltspel5 64 bit) and then run close and run Firefox.
>> about:plugins comes up with no plugins
>> I've checked to see if /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins has the sim link to 
>> the java plugin and it does.
>> What do I do next?
> There currently does not exist a 64-bit version of Sun's Java plugin. 
> I don't know if nspluginwrapper supports running the 32-bit plugin in 
> a 64-bit browser, but you could look into that. Otherwise you'll need 
> to install a 32-bit browser.
> Nils Breunese.
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