Re: Installing java plugin in Mozilla?
Terry Shannon dijo:
| Update /etc/apt/sources.list to make the contrib and non-free
| packages available:
| deb http://my.favorite.mirror.org/debian stable main
| deb http://my.favorite.mirror.org/debian testing contrib non-free
| Into the /etc/apt/apt.conf file insert the following line:
| APT::Default-Release stable #use the stable "version"
| Now the documentation is a little confusing because the use of
| "version" as one of: stable testing un-stable, and also as a dotted
| version number like 0.27! So which syntax do I use?
| # apt-get install needed-package=testing
| # apt-get install needed-package=0.27
| Another syntax may be using the -t option, but the parameter is now
| called "distribution"?
| # apt-get -t testing install needed-package
I have no idea. I didn't installed a debianised IBM java package but the
original IBM one. If you try to install the original IBM java package
(ibm-java2-sdk-50-linux-ppc.tgz), you may be lucky. That's the only thing I'm
able to think to help you.