Re: Java plugin for Mozilla 1.0
Since Java is not Software Libre, it's not part of the regular Debian distribution.
Edit your file and add the line
deb ftp://ftp.tux.org/pub/java/debian woody non-free
then an apt-get install jre1.3 or
apt-get install jdk1.3 should do the trick.
Mensaje citado por: Daniel Toffetti <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi !
> I've stumbled upon a web chat that requires a java vm. Mozilla
> complains about an application type "application/x-java-vm". How/where
> can I get it ?? I tried apt-cache search to no avail.
> In View-Preferences-Advanced I found a checkbox (Enable Java) and
> checked it, and at least now it shows a grey frame with an icon instead
> of nothing in the place where the applet should be.
> By the way, currently I'm using KMail for this list, but I'm
> considering to move to Mozilla Mail. Will it perform ok with some 20000
> or 30000 messages in the 2 big mailboxes ?? (The box is a Celeron 800
> Mhz / 512 Mb ram)
> The Mozilla suite is impressive, I'm surprised I haven't realized it
> before... Only the IRC Chatzilla is a bit unstable.
> Daniel Toffetti --- 'There is no spoon...' - The Matrix
> Running Debian Sid version 3.0 with Linux 2.4.13 i686
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