jdk breakage (was: pon permission problems)
> PPS. I installed the jdk stuff via dpkg as well. It took a while to
> figure out why Netscape was exiting by itself. I thought Java was
> included with it, why isn't it and why does it crash without it (because
> I've got Java module support installed in the kernel?)?
Eh, Communicator does indeed come with a Java run-time environment. Are you
sure you you defined the apropriate environment variable (MOZILLA_HOME) as
I don't think the debian installer puts the netscape libraries anywhere
Communicator expects to find them.
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