Re: repost -- phoenix, java and other plug-ins. are there any .debs?
I noticed this thread yesterday, and played around with Phoenix/Java
last night. I got Phoenix (2/21 nightly binary) and Sun JRE working fine
- installed to /usr/local/phoenix and /usr/local/j2re1.4.1_02. Only snag
I found was that the Java plugin links to the libstdc++-glibc2.1
package, which I hadn't installed. You may want to check that out if you
haven't already. Just run "ldd" on the plugin and make sure there are no
"not found" lines.
On Sat, 1 Mar 2003 12:28:12 +0530
Sandip P Deshmukh <email@example.com> wrote:
> hello all
> this is my last attempt before i shift to some bloated browser. i have
> tried installing phoenix and make java run on it umpteen number of
> times. it *never* worked.
> phoenix installation is perfect. java is not. so, finally, i have
> decided to try installing from .debs.
> i run debian stable (woody) r3.0 and usually keep my system upto date
> using aptitude. any suggestions on where do i get these .deb files and
> step by step instructions on how to get and use them?
> thanks in advance
> sandip p deshmukh
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