Re: Java and flash plugin for Mozilla
Same here, exactly same problem. no xpicleanup process. just the file. I tried sun and netscape's java2... but no luck. It maybe a good idea for someone to make a deb so that I don't have to dig into that anymore. Just too exhausted.
On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 03:39:15PM +0200, Alex Suzuki wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 09:41:57AM -0300, Christoph Simon wrote:
> > That's what I did: Because of a comment I read in debian-user, I
> > started Mozilla first as root (giving myself the permisions) and
> > visited a site I knew is using java. Then I just had to follow the
> > dialog boxes. and voil?! Now it's working also for a normal user---up
> > to the point that java is not crashing. If it weren't for the bank, I
> > wouldn't want to install it.
> Hmm... I'm trying to do the same here, with the 0.9.1 packages from
> unstable/non-us. I start Mozilla as root, and the Java 2 plugin
> (I visit java.sun.com) seems to install fine (it says so in the
> browser window). However, when I then close Mozilla, it is unable
> to start. It says that some kind of installation is in progress,
> I have to restart. It comes again and again.
> I saw in one of the replies that there was an xpicleanup process
> running, however, this is not the case on my machine. There is
> no xpicleanup process running, so none to kill. I even rebooted
> the machine once, but it still wouldn't start. I then removed
> the xpicleanup.dat file, then it starts.
> But then Java doesn't work, it prompts me again for installation
> when I visit a Java site, despite some java stuff lying in
> /usr/lib/mozilla-0.9.1. It also doesn't show up when I type
> about:plugins as URL. Frustrated, I then delete /usr/lib/mozilla-0.9.1,
> and copy back an old one.
> Can somebody help?
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