Re: manually installing mozilla plugins
Matheson Cameron <email@example.com> writes:
> I was wondering if their was a way to manually install
> mozilla plugins. I need the java one, but I can't get
> it because I can't get FTP to work with my proxy
> server (help with that too please). I did manage to
> download it from a Windoze machine (the proxy server),
> and so now I have a file named 'jre.xpi'. I don't
> know what to do with it though. Any ideas?
Just load it into mozilla. i.e., load the URL
Mozilla will offer to install the plugin, and do a bunch of stuff then
hang. Then, you get out of mozilla, cd to the plugins directory and
ln -s java2/plugin/i386/ns600/libjavaplugin_oji.so .
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